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Mundays advises on sale of Celre salary survey business

1st April 2008

Mundays LLP acted for Mr and Mrs Paul Campfield on the sale of the leading salary survey business CELRE to Reed Business Information Limited, part of the Reed Elsevier publishing group.

CELRE, based in Kingston-upon-Thames, is the trade mark of Computer Economics Limited sold to Reed.

A pre-sale reconstruction of the vendors’ Abbeyman Property Co. Limited separated the CELRE salary survey business sold to Reed from the property management and pay and benefits consultancy businesses retained by the vendors. By agreement with Reed, this consultancy business under the name CELRE Consultancy will continue to provide pay and benefits consultancy services to clients of the CELRE salary survey business.
The Mundays team was led by corporate consultant Andrew Morton, assisted by IP/IT partner Val Toon and solicitors Phil Walton and Kevin Smith.  Property partner Robert Harris and solicitor David Kirby advised on property aspects of the reconstruction and solicitor David Regan on employment aspects.  Paul Pattinson led the team from New Media Law LLP who acted for Reed Business Information.

Mundays LLP is a substantial regional practice, with notable corporate & commercial and property expertise together with a full range of private client services, including family, private wealth, dispute resolution and employment.

For further information, please contact:
Andrew Morton
Tel: 01932 590573
Email: andrew.morton@mundays.co.uk

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