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Memery Crystal has an enviable reputation as a commercial legal practice. The firm has a strong internal culture, based upon a set of core values, which underpins its individuality, emphasis on long-term client relationships and collegiate and entrepreneurial approach.

The firm’s main practice areas include:

  • Banking/debt finance
  • Commercial contracts
  • Corporate/M&A
  • Dispute resolution
  • Employment and employee incentives
  • Equity capital markets
  • Insolvency, recovery and restructuring
  • Intellectual property
  • Investment funds
  • Private property
  • Real estate
  • Tax

The firm has particular expertise in a number of industry sectors, including:

  • Education
  • Financial services and regulation
  • Natural resources
  • Retail
  • Technology

Memery Crystal acts for a broad range of clients, from individual entrepreneurs and owner-managed businesses, to City institutions and multi-national corporations. The firm offers a partner-led service and its lawyers set themselves apart from their competitors through their pragmatism and proactivity.

Unusually for a single-office firm, Memery Crystal has a strong international focus. The firm has considerable cross-border transactional and litigation experience and has built strong relationships with other independent law firms around the world.

Briefings from Memery Crystal

  • Bankruptcy: are you owed enough?

    Earlier this month, the government published debtor-friendly reforms to the personal insolvency regime, which it is proposed will come into effect from 1 October 2015.

  • Family-friendly rights in the workplace

    Memery Crystal’s employment department has put together the top ten key facts for employers to know regarding flexible working requests, shared parental leave and time off for ante-natal appointments.

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Analysis from The Lawyer


44 Southampton Buildings

Turnover (£m): 13.50
No. of lawyers: 47