Michelmores' award-winning Corporate Finance team has established a reputation as one of the leading transactional teams in the UK. We typically act on over 75 transactions each year across a variety of sectors and jurisdictions. On each transaction we bring a wealth of experience from a 12-strong team of lawyers who specialise in private equity, mergers and acquisitions and listed PLC transactions for a broad spectrum of clients.
Corporate transactions typically require careful project management of legal expertise from a variety of sources, such as employment, regulatory, tax and property. As one of the larger full-service firms in the UK, we are able to bring in expertise that is specifically suited to each client's circumstances.
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