Spanning the advanced manufacturing, engineering, aerospace, chemicals and rapidly developing additive manufacturing sectors our multidisciplinary team of legal experts works with everyone from start-ups and multi-nationals through to developers, funders and investors.
We have a proven track record for providing decisive, clear solutions and for innovation and sustainability. Whether managing the design and manufacturing cycle, leading on a merger or acquisition, importing or exporting goods, raw materials and components, exploiting intellectual property assets, resolving disputes, tackling fraud, navigating EU, competition law and state aids, managing your workforce, providing real estate advice or advising on funding for expansion, we work hard to reduce risk and help you make smarter decisions.
Our understanding of commercial needs, objectives and working environments is recognised internationally. Operating both within the UK and cross jurisdictionally our clients include Aga Rangemaster plc, Volkswagen, Jaguar Land Rover, BASF, Bentley Motors, Bombardier Transportation GmbH and Doosan Power Systems.
The English Court of Appeal has rejected a £34.5m warranty claim because the claimant party failed to comply with the procedural requirements specified in the share purchase agreement.
With the political landscape changing on a daily basis, the discount rate may seem to be of marginal interest to the wider public, yet to those of us working in the world of large loss injury claims it is a crucial issue that has been thrown into sharp focus over the last six months.
As the political turmoil continues at Westminster with junior ministerial posts including at the Ministry of Justice still being announced, Claims Portal have released their data for the month of May.
The results are all in and it is clear the previous Conservative Party government no longer has an outright majority in Parliament with which to pursue its previous articulated Brexit agenda.
International legal business DWF has advised Velocity Composites, the leading supplier of advance composite material kits to the aerospace industry, on a £30million AIM flotation.
Legal business DWF Newcastle has advised new company, Hindley Circuits Limited, which is backed by Andrew Lapping of Hamilton Capital Partners, on the acquisition of the assets and business of electronics design and manufacturing company, OPSOL UK Limited ("OPSOL"), via a pre-pack administration.
Our Industrials team's understanding of commercial needs, objectives and working environments is recognised internationally.