Richard has been a corporate & commercial lawyer since 1998.
He has extensive experience of mergers and acquisitions, venture capital and private equity, joint ventures, corporate and share capital reorganisations, investment funds, directors’ duties, corporate governance and a wide range of commercial contracts. Richard acts for entrepreneurs, investors, owner-managed companies, family businesses and management teams.
Areas of Practice
Education & Qualification
University of Oxford
Qualified as a solicitor in 1998
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