Chambers and Partners rank Moorcrofts as a leading corporate law firm
Corporate law firm, Moorcrofts has again been recommended for its expertise in corporate/M&A and Information Technology in the Thames Valley region, by one of the most influential and esteemed legal directories, Chambers and Partners UK.
The new 2019 guide, identifies and ranks the most outstanding law firms from across the UK by undertaking independent research with clients and peers. The firm has strengthened its position by moving up a band in corporate/M&A. In relation to the firm’s position, Chambers UK States:
What the team is known for:
Marlow-based team with expertise in a wide array of corporate matters, including restructuring, M&A and private equity and venture capital investment. Active in a range of sectors, working with clients from the technology, pharmaceutical and consultancy industries.
“They have a high level of expertise,” reports a satisfied client, adding: “The quality is always high; there are specialists in different areas and you’re always getting quality advice.” Another interviewee comments: “There’s enthusiasm and a real sense of ‘go’ about them. I don’t get the sense they would drag things out and run the clock, and it seems they want to get things done efficiently.”
Advised the shareholders of TeamUltra on its sale to US firm Comptacenter for approximately £6 million.
Alongside, the recognition of its practice areas, it also recommends a number of ‘leading individuals’ in the firm, highlighting Corporate Partner, Teri Hunter as a ‘Recognised Practitioner’, as well as Founding Partner Adrian Phillips, describing him as being ‘”certainly commercially aware and ready to advise on wider aspects rather than just legal points.”. Peter Woolley has been recognised as an ‘up and coming’ Partner, stating: ‘he’s diligent, trustworthy and generally demonstrates outstanding competence’.
Moorcrofts CEO, Andrew Katz, who is recommended for his technical expertise, particularly with regard to open source software issues and praised as being ‘nearly omniscient in the field of technology law’, said:
“We are delighted to achieve such exceptional recommendations in this year’s prestigious guide. They demonstrate how our focus is always on our clients and the quality of service we offer them.”