Corporate & Commercial
“Offer huge efficiency, insight and value”
Legal 500 2020
We act for entrepreneurs, UHNW and family office investors, owner-managed companies and family businesses on a broad spectrum of transactions, including M&A, venture capital investment, joint ventures, investment funds and secured lending.
We also provide specialist advice on employment and employee incentives, commercial contracts, corporate governance, intellectual property, data protection and tax.
Our clients are engaged in a wide range of sectors, including fintech, financial services, fashion and the arts, hotels and property development.
Working with our private client and tax teams, we are able to provide a joined-up service to investors and entrepreneurs, covering business and commercial requirements, as well as personal and family needs.
We are founder members of TAG Alliances, a highly-regarded international network of law and accountancy firms, through which we can call on additional expertise from around the globe quickly and effectively.
“Strong commercial awareness with a hands-on approach ”
Legal 500 2020
Alexander Martinelli and Hugo Brown consider the lifecycle of a digital asset and explore what else can be tokenised.Read more 5 min read 13 May 2022 Lifecycle of a digital asset: Getting started with NFTs
Remarkably, around one fifth of the UK population now own at least some form of ‘crypto’, be that an NFT or cryptocurrency. In this series of insights, Alexander Martinelli and Hugo Brown touch briefly on the steps involved in creating and transferring NFTs before exploring in more depth some potential use cases for Blockchain technology.
Read more 4 min read 13 May 2022 Lifecycle of a digital asset: Where is the value in all this?
In this final part of our series looking at the lifecycle of a digital asset, Alexander Martinelli and Hugo Brown reflect where the real value lies in the Blockchain and ‘crypto’.Read more 4 min read 03 May 2022 Twice as many men as women granted options in company share schemes
Charlie Hewlett, Senior Associate at Boodle Hatfield says: “The gulf in share options granted to men and women shows there is clearly considerable work to be done in narrowing the gender remuneration gap. Share option schemes can be a powerful retention tool, especially for managers in high growth sectors. These figures are likely to reflect the ongoing underrepresentation of women in such roles.”Read more