I specialise in corporate law because I enjoy working with innovative business owners, getting an insight into how they run their business and helping the business to grow and thrive. Every day is different and I work with a variety of clients across many sectors, including tech companies, medical consultancies, construction companies and sports governing bodies.
I assist and advise organisations at all stages of their life cycle – ranging from advice on general company law matters to significant transactions. I pride myself on an approach that’s diligent, attentive and personable, and I won’t overcomplicate matters by using unnecessary jargon. My work focuses on all aspects of corporate work, from company incorporations and shareholders agreements to reorganisations and mergers and acquisitions.
Outside of work, my passion is sport, particularly football. I have represented Cambridgeshire at under 16 and under 18 level and I also play cricket and golf when time allows.
Be prepared and be thorough – it will make the whole transaction far smoother.
Be patient – selling your business is a complex process.
Get us involved as early as possible.
Do you have a template?
Usually the answer is no – every client is different and has different needs, and the documents we produce are tailored to reflect this.
Can you keep this document to no more than a page?
Whilst we will try to keep things as simple as possible, we cannot overlook some of the fine detail to ensure that the document functions as intended.
What is a disclosure letter?
A letter prepared by the seller in a transaction containing disclosures against the warranties it has given in the acquisition agreement. Usually, a seller won’t be liable for a breach of warranty where the matter giving rise to the breach was disclosed – therefore, it is a key document and needs to be properly prepared.
Our client, a national governing body, received a complaint about the interpretation of its articles of association and the electoral procedure taken in relation to the appointment of a senior committee member at its annual general meeting.view full case study