Charlotte Jackson > Gannons Commercial Law Limited > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Gannons Commercial Law Limited

Work Department

Corporate, Commercial (including Intellectual Property) and Employment


Associate Solicitor


With a background in Dubai’s legal industry, Charlotte advises on a wide range of corporate, commercial and employment law matters.

Charlotte’s varied experience has given her a unique insight into companies and their practicalities and priorities. Currently, Charlotte primarily assists the technology and media teams with all aspects of their transactions.

Charlotte drafts and negotiates on a full range of commercial contracts, including business-to-business and business-to-consumer transactions, TUPE regulations in re-organisations, as well as redundancy and dismissal issues. She works closely with companies to ensure that they have the necessary contracts in place for their business to run efficiently, including various website policies, terms of business, data protection compliance, service agreements, introduction agreements, franchise and collaboration agreements, employment contracts, staff handbooks, confidentiality agreements, consultancy agreements, settlement agreements and various intellectual property licences.

Charlotte also splits her time with the corporate team working on shareholder agreements and disputes, investment schemes and employee incentives, share purchases, buybacks, asset sales and ancillary documents.

With her experience of consumer credit protections she works with clients in both corporate and private lending, taking into account these protections and restrictions, debentures and charges over shares. Charlotte works closely with borrowers and lenders to ensure the implications of entering into a loan or facility are as clear as possible and commercially sensible.

Charlotte is also increasingly involved with the tax and insolvency team, advising directors on their duties and personal liabilities approaching difficult financial periods.

Charlotte is a regular contributor to online blogs and recently contributed to Director Magazine, commenting on the landmark Pimlico case and its repercussions for employers of workers and freelancers. She also regularly posts articles of LinkedIn on recent legal developments.


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