From buying and selling businesses to advising on general company law, I use my creative thinking and vast corporate knowledge to move your business forward.
Rather than just solving the immediate legal puzzle, I try and see the bigger picture. While I can find the solution to a problem, the quality of my advice is dependent on me making sure it is a good fit commercially for your business. I work with organisations across all sectors, and advise on both acquisitions and significant disposals, ranging from the very small to £50 million in value.
In my spare time, I am an avid follower of sport, including football, golf, cricket and American football. I’m also a keen reader and particularly enjoy detective fiction, and try and go to the theatre whenever I can.
Never lose sight of the end goal, no matter how many changes occur within a particular deal.
If there’s a job to be done, it should be done properly. Don’t cut corners!
There’s no such thing as a stupid question – we’ve heard it all before, so ask us and we’re happy to help.
What is a warranty?
A warranty is a contractual promise given by a seller to a buyer about the item being sold by way of contract. If you are selling a business or a company, then a buyer will expect a seller to give a series of warranties in relation to the circumstances of the business or the company and will feature heavily in the relevant purchase agreement.
How much is this going to cost?
Every deal is different, but if you can give me as much detail as possible from the outset, I can give you an accurate estimate.
Why should my company have a shareholders agreement?
If your company has more than one shareholder then a shareholders agreement can be a very useful tool for regulating the relationship between a company and its shareholders.
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