meet the Team
Our team are among the best in the legal marketplace: flexible thinkers, tech-assisted problem solvers and a core of commercial partners whose passion and focus add immense value.
Ignition Law are advisors and partners for your journey of growth
Maybe you’re a start-up navigating the maze of complications to get your business up and running, a scale-up looking to raise funds, a mature business needing cost-effective, expert legal and commercial advice or even a founder looking to exit. Wherever you are in your entrepreneurial journey, we have the legal experience you need.
From securing investment, protecting and monetising your ideas to support to keep everything running smoothly, we’re passionate about guiding and advising you through every stage of your entrepreneurial journey.
Ensuring clear and meaningful terms of trade with customers and suppliers.
Keeping on top of your company compliance obligations.
Funding, acquisition, investment or exit. Get the details right.
Straight-forward approaches to radically reduce risk and maximise data.
Disputes are a reality. Get proactive solutions and reactive advice.
Legal foundations to retain, incentivise and manage key talent.
Balance innovation with the commercial necessity of proper protection.
Make property matters run smoothly and create flexible property plans that accommodate your growth.
What People Say
Start Up Stories
People and projects we’ve worked with
News, Insights & Resources
This month we caught up with Ivan Beckley, CEO of Suvera. Suvera is transforming the healthcare industry by enabling general practices to virtually follow up patients with long-term conditions and their treatments in a convenient, fast and effective way.
This month we caught up with Louisa Ziane, the COO of Toast Ale. Louisa set up Toast in 2015 to tackle food waste. Toast uses surplus bread in the catering industry to replace barley in the brewing industry. Louisa manages the company’s commitment to people, planet and profit and ensures the brand represents Toast’s purpose.
Cash flow and funding considerations in light of government guidance as of 30 March 2020