Your dynamic, forward-thinking legal team
Corporate lawyers with the technical knowledge to get deals done
We guide clients through all stages of their business lifecycle
From advising start-ups on corporate structures and initial funding to venture capital investment and equity fundraising, strategic acquisitions and exit strategy. We are widely recognised by the independent Chambers and Partners and The Legal 500 directories for our M&A and investment work.
Our clients include entrepreneurs, founders, management teams, institutional and high net worth investors as well as SMEs, large UK and international corporates and domestic and international banks.
We pride ourselves on providing the highest levels of client service and are focused on being responsive to your requirements, guiding you through transaction challenges and being the legal team you can trust.
Our main areas of expertise include:
Our M&A team works collaboratively with our clients and their advisers on all aspects of M&A transactions. Clients include entrepreneurs, institutions and high net worth investors.
Our Corporate team provides a broad range of advice to clients on areas including Companies Act compliance and UK corporate governance requirements.
Our Corporate team is used to guiding clients through the complex legal issues arising on a corporate reorganisation or restructuring project.
Our corporate lawyers advise on a wide range of short term and long term, HMRC approved and unapproved, employee incentive plans with a particular focus on EMI share schemes and Company Share Option Plans.
Our specialist Venture Capital & Private Equity team supports academics, entrepreneurs, founders and management teams on venture capital investment and equity fundraising.
Our banking and finance lawyers have a high level of specialist knowledge and experience on a broad range of financing transactions.
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Headroom for buy-side M&A deals
A thought leadership project dedicated to psychological aspects of buy-side M&A deals.
Dealmakers’ psychology inevitably comes into play during transactions, whether it’s the additional pressure and stress felt by buyers having to balance the competing demands of the ‘day job’ alongside an intensive transaction process, or a first-time buyer’s nervousness about asking the right questions during commercial due diligence. This is why we have created Headroom.