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JPP Law Blog

Resources for Start-Up and Growing Businesses

As supporters of innovation and entrepreneurial spirit JPP Law have produced support packages and material designed to meet the needs of this unique sector.

Fixed Fee Legal Documents

If your new business is at the stage where you require any kind of new legal document (for example T&C's, a loan, funding or shareholders agreement, employment contacts, GDPR policy) or a review of existing documents you may be interested to know that JPP offer start up legal packages which can be provided at a very competitive fixed fee.

If you would like a quote or if you are not sure what documents you need the next step would be a quick, no obligation call with a member of our legal team who use the call to gain a clear understanding of your business and its requirements. The call will be followed up with a written quote for you to consider.

For more information email or book quotation call via Calendly

Creating a Shareholders Agreement - 18 Questions to ask yourself

If you are considering creating a Shareholder Agreement, please download our free guide. The guide asks you to consider 18 questions you need to consider before you finalise the agreement. The guide can be found on Fixed Fee Shareholder Agreements. 


JPP's founder Mark Glenister has produced a series of legal guidance video for start-up and growing businesses. They cover areas such as company formation, shareholders agreements and sweat equity.

Start Up Case Studies

If you are looking for some start-up inspiration some of our clients have kindly allowed us to feature their start-up story on our website. They include Tribe, who have created a travel app, Cromarty Firth Wireless Networks who have created reliable internet for the Highlands community,  Thanksbox and who are rethinking the way management and employees communicate and Liz Pinks Marketing Recruitment who wants to challenge and change the questionable reputation of the recruitment sector.

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