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    As part of our corporate offering, our solicitors can advise on all aspects of Partnerships and LLPs.

    We act for partnerships and LLPs, as well as individual partners and members, in all issues relating to their business relationships. We can assist on all contentious and non-contentious matters, from converting partnerships and companies into LLPs, to firm mergers, team moves, restrictive covenants and retirement terms. We can advise on fund management, law, accountancy, surveyor and other professional services.

    With extensive experience of partnerships agreements, we can advise on both the revision of existing agreements as well as the adoption of new LLP partnerships. Our team have an excellent track record assisting with retirement arrangements, including deferred payments and investment fund carried interests; with reducing partners notice period; in managing partner under-performance; and in dealing with discrimination and whistle-blower claims.

    For more information regarding Healys’ corporate legal services, please contact Corporate Partner, Karen Lord on 01273 – 669 124 or email her at:

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    • Advising a successful UK Fin Tech peer to peer company that is expecting a market cap in excess of £50m with an IPO on AIM, with the objective in raising £20m
    • Advised the shareholders of Intralan Group, a UK-based IT and telecommunications network support specialist, on the sale of the entire issued share capital to a US private investment firm
    • Advising on the listing on Cyprus Stock Exchange of a €5m debt security
    • Advising the shareholders of a UK based publisher on an investment by a US publisher
    • Advising on a sale of a small UK brand management business in the region of £5m
    • Advising a UK healthcare business on the creation and issue of a private bond with the objective of raising £2m
    • Advising on the purchase and subsequent sale of off-shore property companies with a combined transaction value of circa £92m
    • Sale of financial services and wealth management specialist, Harvey Curtis Associates, for a value of circa. £2.6m to acquisitive UK financial services specialist, AFH Financial Group
    • Acting for a major UK developer in the drafting of a material construction arrangement
    • Acting for a property company on the $1bn real estate listing on the UK market
    • €200m listing of a MTN on the Irish Stock Exchange plc
    • Advising on the sale of $15bn South American exotic bonds for use in trading programmes
    • Advising a number of offshore entities on the purchase of a large German power project from Russian interests
    • Advising on the $1.5bn financing of Asian power station project through listed bond issue
    • Advising on the acquisition of Utilitywise’s EIC by Monarch Partnership
    Partnerships and LLPs insights
    • Healys Secure Four Deals in Just 6 weeks

      22nd June 2021

      Healys Corporate & Commercial team successfully close four business deals in just 6 weeks

      During the last 6 weeks, Healys’ Corporate Department has been busy working with clients to prioritise four successful and exciting new business acquisitions. Continue reading »

    • Meet New Commercial Lawyer, Samantha Oakley

      10th February 2021

      Leading law firm Healys LLP continues to grow its corporate and commercial offerings by appointing new commercial lawyer, Samantha Oakley. Joining a new firm during lockdown has prevented the team from meeting Samantha in person, so this week Stephanie Prior, Business Development & Marketing Manager at Healys LLP, caught up with new board member to explore her background and expertise in more detail…

      1. Samantha welcome to Healys! Please tell me a little more about you and your legal background.

      I spent most of my career working in-house for various tech and media companies. I was lucky to follow the tech/media convergence journey working for a smartphone OS before Android and iOS were created – I also worked for an on-demand TV subscription platform before Netflix and Amazon Prime became the way that most people binge-watch now! This lead me to working for Channel 4 and Comic Relief (which are both actually not-for profit). A couple of years ago I set up on my own and moved to Brighton as I knew there were a lot of tech and media SMEs based there who could hopefully benefit from my previous experience. Also, Brighton has a lot of social enterprises which is something close to my heart (and I am originally from the Brighton area!). I am also a trustee of a local charity that enables disabled people to live independent lives and would like to get more involved in diversity and inclusion initiatives.

      2. I understand that you specialise in assisting tech, media and creative companies?

      Yes, I love working in these areas, especially when they come together e.g. in the gaming world or the new innovations that are happening because of AI (and was fascinated when Kanye West gifted Kim Kardashian a hologram of her dad – now I think I have heard rumours that artists of old could do gigs as holograms!). Also, I saw first-hand how 4G made a huge difference to us being able to access content on our devices anytime/anywhere, so I am excited to see how 5G is going to move this forward (my inner tech geek is also interested in how nanotechnology is enabling us to process more and more data, quicker and faster!), particularly with devices and IoT.

      I work with a lot of businesses that are platform/app/SaaS based, as well as e-commerce and healthtech, and am amazed by all of the different and innovative things they are working on, including in wearables.

      I also like to follow the trends in film/tv content that we like to consume and my feeling is that (perhaps none too surprisingly) it seems like we are moving more toward people wanting to watch things that are feelgood. I really admire how productions have continued throughout the pandemic.

      Although not strictly tech or media companies, I also work with, and know, people who run events businesses and would like to do what I can to help support them through these tough times.

      3. How have you found joining Healys remotely?

      It has been great, although I am actually working from home at the moment everyone has made me feel so welcome – I am looking forward to the day I can see everyone in person.

      4. We are all currently working through rather unusual times. What have you found useful to keep focused and motivated?

      Last year I felt privileged to help some businesses pivot and/or move online, it helped to feel like I was supporting people (in my own way) through these tough times. Also, I am part of a couple of networking groups that meet online and are about sharing our issues and asking other members for help, so they are very supportive and collaborative.

      I have also been inspired by the staff and volunteers at Possability People (for whom I am a trustee) who have continued to support disabled people in the local area, especially as disabled people have been one of the hardest hit by the pandemic.

      It makes me appreciate that I am lucky enough to have people who live nearby, so we can meet up at a social distance (all within the current rules of course!) and grab a coffee from our local independent coffees shops, where people are friendly too. For me the pandemic has really highlighted the importance of people.

      This helps me to focus on the now, to stay positive and to try and make the most of each day!

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    • Healys Secure Four Deals in Just 6 weeks

      22nd June 2021

      Healys Corporate & Commercial team successfully close four business deals in just 6 weeks

      During the last 6 weeks, Healys’ Corporate Department has been busy working with clients to prioritise four successful and exciting new business acquisitions. Continue reading »