“We are provided with excellent client service - good responses, highly specialist skills and many added-value services.”
Blake Morgan has many corporate lawyers recognised as leaders in their field, as well as an array of corporate support specialists including those with extensive experience in banking and finance, pensions, intellectual property, technology, tax, regulatory competition, employment, real estate and environmental issues. We do not believe that simply charging by hourly rates provides our clients with the best value for money; so we offer a variety of charging mechanisms.
Our team is acknowledged within the legal industry and in the independent legal directories, as providing a first-class level of service across a wide range of transactions, such as:
Our Public Companies team has earned an enviable reputation for its ability in IPO strategy and provides corporate advice to a number of listed companies, including those in the FTSE AIM 100 index and the FTSE 250
Our high profile lawyers are experienced and specialists in the following sectors:
|Not for profit/education||Procurement|
|Support services||University spin-outs|
For a full list of sectors we help and services we provide, see Related Expertise below.
Our clients range from large corporates to owner managed businesses and entreprenuers:
|PHS Group plc||Finance Wales plc|
|Bybox Field Support||Tinopolis Limited|
|DHL||Universe Group plc|
|Beale plc||Blade Dynamics Limited|
|Wales and West Utilities Limited||Vista Retail Support Group|
Our lawyers have a wealth of experience acting for a wide range of clients on IPOs, PE and M&A. Examples include:
We are a member of TAGLaw, which is a global alliance of vetted, high quality, independent law firms with more than 140 member firms based in nearly 100 countries. Its 7500+ lawyers work out of 300 offices to provide a full range of legal services to clients all over the world.
From buying and growing a business to mergers, acquisitions and exit planning, we support entrepreneurs, family businesses and multi-national organisations across a wide range of sectors.
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Blake Morgan has been shortlisted for legal team of the year. Insider has now published the Wales Dealmakers shortlist; recognising the most outstanding corporate finance deals in Wales, and the people and firms that make that happen.
It has been acknowledged that SMEs are the heartbeat of this country’s economy representing approximately 99% of all UK private sector businesses. When people talk of SMEs, there is a tendency to think of them in terms of the corner shop.
Abergavenny-headquartered Coach House Inns has acquired the Longs Arms in Steeple Ashton, Wiltshire. A six-figure funding package for the deal was provided by HSBC with James Mugleston and Paul Duggan of Blake Morgan having advised HSBC.
Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs), and their tokens, have changed dramatically during the course of 2018.
In July 2018, the Jersey Financial Services Commission became the first regulator in a highly regarded legal jurisdiction to issue detailed guidance on the launch of Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs). Matthew Blakebrough looks in detail.
I am looking at three of the main talking points following London Blockchain Week 2018.
Our expert explains the changes to the Criminal Offences Act and what you need to to to reduce the risk to your business.
Blake Morgan's Corporate team acted for the shareholders of Templegate Electrical Supplies Limited, in connection with the sale to Morris Mclellan Limited, a member of the JW Morris Group.
Symrise AG has strengthened its position in the British market segment for beverages with the acquisition of Cobell, the number one supplier of juices.
We advised the owners of Tracesmart Group Limited on the recent sale of the entire issued share capital to LexisNexis Risk Solutions UK Limited.
Find out how we support ByBox Field Support - a leading provider in the UK of supply chain solutions.
We acted for an NHS Trust in their acquisition of a major part of the failed South London NHS Hospitals Trust.