Corporate & Commercial.

Understanding a client's commercial objectives, whether they are a purchaser, seller or investor, is key to implementing the appropriate legal framework for any transaction. Our objective is to always create value for our clients and to build ongoing relationships by using our extensive experience and industry expertise to further a client's aims.

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We aim to bring discipline and structure to our engagements, so that clients are fully involved in determining the extent, duration and nature of the work we will be undertaking so that they receive the service, quality and price expected.

Our corporate and commercial team works closely with other experts from across our firm, including specialists in banking and financing, real estate, IT and intellectual property, employment and dispute resolution when they are required. When clients engage Mundays’ corporate and commercial lawyers, they have the confidence of knowing the strength in depth and breadth of the team.

Over the last 50 years our team has developed substantial expertise across a wide range of sectors, including healthcare, technology, software development, logistics, retail, leisure, franchising, media, IT and many other areas of the manufacturing and service industries.

Our team of corporate and commercial solicitors provide a partner-led but cost effective legal service, combining high quality legal advice with a commitment to provide clients with the very best levels of service to meet the expectations set for each engagement.

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Neale Andrews.

Managing Partner and Head of Corporate and Commercial

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It was a fairly long and painful process but Mundays handled it very well for us. They kept focus on what it was we needed to achieve, found creative ways around problems and ultimately, if it wasn't for their support and expertise, the deal would not have gone ahead.
Chambers & Partners UK
It's a professional service. They're attentive at all times, always available and fast to respond to all questions.
Chambers & Partners UK
Mundays LLP is highlighted for its 'efficient teamwork and transparent pricing.' The team, which is headed by Neale Andrews, is 'excellent to deal with - much better value than London firms and just as good'. It acts for national and international clients from sectors ranging from real estate and logistics to healthcare and life sciences, including Concordia International, Drakes Restaurant group and Sodexo. It handles the gamut of corporate M&A and commercial mandates including the purchase of franchise businesses, share buybacks, joint ventures and restructurings. David Irwin, who is 'wonderfully commercial and understands people', is noted for his strategic advice particularly in relation to cross-border deals. Mark Andrew 's expertise extends to financing and private equity deals and 'excellent corporate lawyer' Alex Young is praised for his client-handling skills.
The Legal 500 UK
Notable strength in the healthcare sector while also representing a number of regional, national and international clients from a range of other industries, including logistics, life sciences and financial services, in complex corporate transactions. Further expertise in acting for private equity houses and handling private equity-backed investments and transactions. Significant recent activity handling M&A in the real estate sector. "They go beyond the normal day-to-day. They are good at thinking outside the box and finding new solutions."
Chambers & Partners UK

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