My practice is a typical general corporate advisory one, save that I have a particular focus, and a number of key clients, in the technology sector and other sectors focusing on creativity and innovation.
My practice is a typical general corporate advisory one, save that I have a particular focus, and a number of key clients, in the technology sector and other sectors focusing on creativity and innovation. I like to provide pragmatic solution-focused advice, which allows my clients to get on with what they do best.
I act for companies, entrepreneurs and investors, providing a full range of corporate law advice, from everyday management issues to major transactions and fundraising events. I advise on investments – seed, angel, EIS, SEIS and series A – sales, acquisitions, joint ventures, shareholders’ agreements, leavers and other significant company events as well as giving advice on a full ambit of day-to-day business affairs. I work closely with the owners and boards of startups and high-growth businesses as well as established national and international businesses and brands. As well as pure corporate law advice, I also advise shareholders, companies and board members on shareholder and boardroom disputes – preferably how to avoid them, but also how to solve them without destroying the value of a business.
Technology Transaction & Outsourcing
A lot of my time is spent advising the firm’s technology sector clients with businesses focused on anything from software to hardware, finTech to retailTech, apps, games, social media and data analytics I work predominantly with UK-based companies and individuals but have a growing practice advising overseas companies bringing their business to the UK.