Muckle is a well-known firm in the North East with strong experience in corporate matters. The team is known for its significant experience in shareholder and M&A matters. It also advises on private equity mandates and can handle both domestic and international transactions. The team is able to draw on wider expertise within the firm on related banking, IP and real estate issues arising from transactional activity.
"Muckle has a very good grasp of the commercial rationale for the work being performed and remain focused on key issues at all times."
"As a large team, Muckle is able to call on additional resources when required. Working with a range of lawyers, I have found Muckle to be the best."
Muckle advised Kitwave Group on its AIM IPO, raising gross proceeds of £81.6 million.
Hugh Welch is a senior partner at Muckle and an experienced M&A practitioner offering transactional advice to major clients.
Philip Clare is a partner at Muckle noted for his experience handling sophisticated corporate transactions. He advises on a wide range of matters including corporate clients across the retail and IT sectors."I find Philip to be superb."
Andrew Davison is a consultant at Muckle, where his broad corporate practice includes advising on takeovers and IPOs."Andrew's knowledge and experience is invaluable to us."
Anthony Evans is head of the corporate team at Muckle. He offers a broad transactional practice which also takes in shareholder activity including reorganisation, restructuring and sales."Anthony is an exceptionally good corporate lawyer.""Anthony Evans delivers an exemplary service to our business. His commercially driven, timely advice ensures our business makes the most of the commercial opportunities that arise."
Adam Rayner is a partner at Muckle handling a range of transactions, regularly advising on acquisitions and private equity investments."Adam's leadership is exceptional, managing transactions efficiently and effectively, communicating key matters in a timely and clear manner. Key challenges are resolved in a pragmatic and constructive manner."