James Hunter is a partner in our corporate team. The first step is always getting to know the client’s business and understanding their commercial drivers. Then Mills & Reeve will assemble a team and use the tools the firm has developed to deliver a project on time and on budget.
Working on a deal and meeting a demanding timetable requires energy and teamwork. It also requires a commercial and pragmatic approach. Mills & Reeve works hard from the outset, listening to clients and making sure the approach and team are tailored to their needs and their objective. The focus is on issues that are important and will make a difference.
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