Our Corporate team is highly experienced across a full ambit of corporate transactional work and across a wide range of industry sectors.
This enables us to provide our clients with solutions which are proportionate to the risk posed to them as well as ensuring that they are within budget. Our tailored service provides our clients with invaluable assistance in structuring a deal, rather than merely just attending to the legal process and documentation. A corporate lawyer needs to be a trusted adviser who can add value where at all possible; we do that, which is why our clients stay with us.
We provide our clients with a full range of corporate work, including mergers and acquisitions, disposals, transaction due diligence, private equity, reorganisations and demergers, joint ventures, employment incentive schemes, SEIS & EIS Investment Schemes, corporate restructuring and corporate governance.
Our team are highly ranked in the UK’s major legal directories, Chambers UK Guide and The Legal 500, with offices in Camberley, Wokingham and London.
Many of the transactions that we advise on have an international dimension and as a recommended referral partner of the International Referral Group, we advise overseas clients with business interests within the UK and have established links in the major jurisdictions around the world so that we can refer our clients to suitable overseas specialist lawyers where appropriate.
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They are quick, constructive and flexible; instead of saying “we can’t do that” their general attitude was always “how can we make this work?”. They didn’t over-complicate, and all their advice on risk was placed squarely in a real-world commercial context. We would recommend them highly.
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Herrington Carmichael LLP’s ‘commercially astute’ lawyers provide ‘the high standards of service expected of a City firm’ with ‘reasonable billings’. The firm focuses on M&A transactions with an international element, as well as advising on share sales and purchases, corporate restructurings, company option schemes, shareholders’ agreements and other commercial arrangements. Yavan Brar, Mark Chapman and Alex Canham are the lead partners.
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We are solicitors in Camberley, Wokingham and London. In 2019, Herrington Carmichael won ‘Property Law Firm of the Year’ at the Thames Valley Business Magazines Property Awards, ‘Best Medium Sized Business’ at the Surrey Heath Business Awards and we were named IR Global’s ‘Member of the Year’. We are ranked as a Leading Firm 2020 by Legal 500 and Alistair McArthur is ranked in Chambers 2020.