Senior Corporate Commercial Solicitor

Location
Maidenhead
Salary
£55000 - £70000 per annum, Benefits: Benefits Package
Posted
23 Apr 2021
Closes
21 May 2021
Ref
966588-7-GW-16
Contact
Gayle Woolf
Job Title
Solicitor
PQE Level
5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
This is an established private practice Berkshire-based law firm specialising in Litigation, Family, Corporate Commercial, Commercial/Residential Property and Inheritance Protection.

The firm is seeking a Corporate Commercial Solicitor with a minimum of 5+years PQE to pick up an existing mixed caseload of Corporate, Company and Commercial law matters.

The work is largely retained work from the firm’s long-standing clients, together with some internally referred business from the Commercial Contracts and Commercial Property Departments.

Work will include dealing with and advising on:
  • Starting and funding a business
  • Corporate restructuring matters
  • Mergers and Acquisitions and the buying of or selling a business
  • Terms and Conditions
  • Company Secretarial
You will be responsible for drafting shareholders’ agreements, mergers and acquisitions and commercial contracts to start-ups and restructures in a wide variety of industry sectors.

You will be joining a team of 3 partners and 3 Associates. The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic with excellent interpersonal skills and be naturally adept at remaining calm under pressure.

This a superb opportunity to work for a well-respected private practice firm in Berkshire. To apply, please email with your CV or call Gayle Woolf at G2 Legal.

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