Edward Hoare has more than 20 years’ experience advising a broad range of corporate and private clients on company acquisitions and disposals, joint ventures, private equity investments and general company law matters, as well as LLP and partnership formation and structuring.
Much of Hoare’s work is corporate transactional across a broad range of business sectors, with a particular focus on the media, leisure and healthcare sectors. He has worked on a number of high-profile transactions, including acting for several significant media groups on a variety of corporate acquisitions, joint ventures and disposals.
Legal 500 2012 said Hoare, who joined from Charles Russell LLP, is ‘pragmatic, focused and always accessible’.
Hoare is a co-author of Mergers and Acquisitions (Kogan Page, 1st edition) and wrote the England and Wales chapter of A Digest of Commercial Laws of the World (Oxford University Press).
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