Worcestershire law firm mfg Solicitors has strengthened its respected corporate team with a double appointment.
The 38-partner firm, which has offices across Worcestershire has appointed solicitors Matt Allen and Dan Southall as a growing number of businesses look to mfg for advice on a host of corporate and commercial deals.
Matt, an expert in a range of corporate, commercial, data protection and intellectual property matters, joins mfg from FBC Manby Bowdler. He will focus on assisting the firm’s clients with their corporate and commercial matters, working closely with partners David Raymont and Mike Payne.
Dan, a company sales, acquisition and business start-up specialist, moves from Thomas Horton Solicitors and joins partner James Hayes to further expand the firm’s corporate offering.
Clare Lang, partner and head of mfg’s corporate team said: “Both Matt and Dan are exciting appointments for us and tremendous additions to our growing corporate team.
“They both have the exact skills, energy, ideas and enthusiasm we need for the future and are already fitting seamlessly into our very busy team as we handle multiple corporate and commercial deals locally, regionally and nationally.
“I am certain Matt and Dan will make superb contributions to the firm and provide first-class support for our clients in the months and years ahead. Despite current restrictions, our department is buoyant as business owners hurry to complete corporate transactions ahead of anticipated tax rises, and as the hope of a Covid-free future beckons.”
Led by Clare, mfg’s corporate team specialises in advising on all aspects of corporate law, supporting companies and owner-managed businesses through the various stages of their business cycle from start-up, growth and ultimately through to exit. Their work includes company business acquisitions and disposals, management buy buyouts, restructuring, refinancing and dealing with business start-ups.
They also advise on variety of commercial matters such as supply agreements, terms and conditions and intellectual property licensing.
Pictured: left, Dan Southall, Clare Lang and Matt Allen.