Retail Solicitors & Ecommerce Solicitors & Ecommerce Lawyers & Online Solicitors


Summerfield Browne Solicitors are retail and ecommerce solicitors authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. We are a modern and progressive law firm, and we use cutting edge technology in the delivery and provision of legal services, which significantly reduces our overheads, and which means we offer very competitive fee rates. Why not call us for a fee quote today?


What distinguishes us from many other online and ecommerce solicitors, is that we deliver legal services by combining the best aspects of the traditional law firm, with a flexible consultancy based legal services model. This means that many of our retail and ecommerce lawyers are consultants, who work remotely, and by using the latest IT and legal technology, can deliver fast and effective legal services. Our business model means that clients have the option of choosing either, remote delivery of legal services which is simple, effective and cost efficient, or alternatively, the more traditional delivery of legal services via meetings in person at either, our serviced offices, or at the client's business premises.


With the exception of our administrative headquarters, we only use serviced offices for basic needs, such as telephone answering. Any additional fees for meetings are only incurred on an "as and when" used basis, which means that we do not incur many of the significant property overheads, which are incurred by other more traditional law firms.    


Our retail solicitors provide clients in a variety of sectors within the retail industry, with specialist commercial legal advice, tailored to your specific needs. Our retail lawyers have a diverse range of legal expertise, to assist you with any legal query, at any stage in your development.


We provide advice to fashion and clothing retailers, jewellery and accessories, food and drink retailers including supermarkets, consumer goods, electronic goods retailers, technology goods and business goods retailers.  


We can assist with advising on the development of your business, including providing strategies for expanding internationally, whether via joint ventures, franchising or otherwise. Our ecommerce solicitors can also assist with advising on the legal aspects of online retail and ecommerce.


Our retail solicitors advise on the following matters:

Commercial Property Lawyer, Commercial Property Solicitor, Birmingham, Cambridge, Leicester, Northampton, Oxford

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Please contact us on 0800 567 7595 or by email at [email protected]


Alternatively, you can contact each of our offices on 020 3292 1306 (London); 0121 259 0005 (Birmingham); 01223 420252 (Cambridge); 01865 784098 (Oxford); 01858 414284 (Market Harborough); 0116 208 1495 (Leicester).



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We have offices in London, Birmingham, Cambridge, Oxford (all by appointment only), Leicester and our administrative office is in Market Harborough, Leicestershire.


We provide legal services all over England and Wales.


Branding – Our trade mark lawyers advise on branding, including trade mark registration and licensing. Our trade mark attorneys also advise on trade mark infringement matters, including enforcing your rights against a potential infringer. We also advise on domain name registration and company name registration.

Property – Our commercial property solicitors can advise on any property related query, including commercial property leases and commercial property conveyancing. Our commercial property lawyers also negotiate favourable lease terms on behalf of clients.

Advertising and marketing – Our commercial lawyers advise on the legal aspects of advertising and marketing initiatives including relevant UK and European advertising legislation. We can assist with providing a legal analysis of any advertising content, and the nature of any proposed advertising and marketing campaign.    

International development – Our retail lawyers advise on international development initiatives including establishing international joint ventures, setting up a subsidiary abroad, and also establishing an international franchise operation.

T&Cs and commercial contracts – Our online solicitors advise on T&Cs for the sale of goods, and incorporation of those T&Cs in contract formation. Our commercial lawyers also advise commercial contracts including supply contracts and manufacturing contracts. Our commercial solicitors can advise on agency, distribution agreements and franchise agreements.

Ecommerce and Online retail – Our ecommerce solicitors advise on all aspects of ecommerce and online retail, including click wrap terms and conditions (T&Cs), incorporation of T&Cs, merchant payment systems and relevant ecommerce law.

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