You’ll get a custom-built legal team so you get access to the specialist legal support you need, whether that’s helping you take care of your team, sort your premises, navigate post-Brexit rules or accelerate your growth.
We’re genuinely passionate about supporting our hospitality clients too. Based in the South West, we’ve played a role in many inspiring growth stories that have emerged from the region. And with our reputation growing fast, we now support hospitality businesses across the UK.
We’ve worked with fast-growing restaurant chain Hubbox since its first year, helping the team navigate the legal complexities that come with investment and a rapidly-growing commercial property portfolio.
Starting life in a kitchen, artisan bread company Baker Tom has grown to operate five shops and supply direct to pubs, hotels and restaurants. Our no-nonsense employment law advice has helped support the company’s strong and sustained growth.
We helped independent café and retailer, The Great Cornish Food Store, restructure and transition smoothly into employee ownership by transferring the company into an employee ownership trust (EOT).
Our sector experience, coupled with our specialist knowledge of relevant areas of business law put us firmly in your corner when you need help with the specific legal challenges associated with running your hospitality enterprise.
We can help you:
“I have used Murrell Associates for many years now and have always found the team incredibly knowledgeable and insightful in their approach. They have a wealth of experience in our sector as well as local knowledge of the market which has been invaluable.”
David Williams and Anna Bevan from Murrell Associates’ hospitality team advise Paul & Ylenia Haase the owners of The Old Lifeboat House, on a new lease to Onzo Limited, a new venture between established local operators, St Ives Restaurants and Symons Retail.
The UK Food Information Amendment, also known as Natasha’s Law, came into effect on 1 October 2021.
The Great Cornish Food Store, based in Tregurra Park, Truro and exclusively stocking food and drink sourced from around 200 local suppliers, celebrated its sixth anniversary and transitioned to employee ownership on 30 June 2022. Nikki Reid, supported by Megan Bingley, was delighted to provide assistance and advise on the legal aspects of the transition.