Gateley announces key appointment and promotion in Nottingham office
Gateley has announced that Paul Simpson has joined its Nottingham office as corporate senior associate. William Cursham has also been promoted to construction associate.
Simpson advises on corporate matters including private equity, management buy-ins (MBIs), management buy-outs (MBOs), acquisitions, disposals and shareholder and joint venture arrangements.
He brings to the team a wealth of experience, having acted for individuals, partnerships, management teams, small and medium-sized enterprises, investors and private equity funds.
Working alongside head of corporate Mark Rutherford, Simpson will build on the team’s recent positive performance in the national and regional Experian Corpfin M&A Advisor legal tables.
Having joined Gateley in June 2011, Cursham is a litigator specialising in property disputes. His clients include UK housebuilders as well as commercial property developers, commercial landlords, commercial tenants, Law of Property Act (LPA) receivers and insolvency practitioners.
He is a member of the Property Litigation Association and regularly contributes articles to industry publications, including Estates Gazette.
News from Gateley
News from The Lawyer
Briefings from Gateley
For a certain breed of investor, distressed property portfolios — often referred to as ‘zombie’ assets — are starting to look less cadaverous.
Those who wish to let their former homes may be denied mortgages, following implementation of a new European Mortgage Credit Directive.
Analysis from The Lawyer
The Law Society recently published guidance to assist solicitors draw up Shariah-compliant wills, causing outrage in some quarters. Gateley’s Haroon Rashid explains the facts.