In the recent case of Wood v Capita Insurance Services Limited, the UK Supreme Court decided on an appeal relating to the interpretation of an indemnity clause…Read More
Charlotte Barker's Service Teams
Charlotte's practice covers mergers & acquisitions, joint ventures, corporate governance, restructuring advice, LLP agreements and general corporate advice, with a focus on small to medium sized owner managed businesses.
Charlotte prides herself on understanding her clients’ needs and goals - giving concise, straightforward commercial advice and providing support during negotiations.
- Acting for the purchaser of the business and assets of a company being placed into administration, including dealing with complicated lending arrangements on the part of the insolvent company;
- Acting for an English registered company in respect of the sale of its shareholding in its Australian subsidiary to the subsidiary’s then manager;
- Acting in various transactions relating to the purchase of a number of Delaware limited liability companies and Luxembourg registered companies on behalf of our client, an English registered company;
- Acting for the members of an LLP with a FCA registered subsidiary in respect of the disposal of part of their membership interests in the LLP to a foreign bank;
- Advising an overseas client on the acquisition of a large golf hotel and spa; and
- Advising an unincorporated members association on the best structure for incorporation and assisting in facilitating the transition
Charlotte graduated in law from Northampton University in 2000 and completed her legal studies at the College of Law in Guildford. She went on to qualify as a solicitor in 2004 with a firm based in Shropshire before taking a position with a London based firm, Taylor Willcocks, in April 2006. She later moved to Cumberland Ellis and joined Wedlake Bell LLP when the two firms merged in April 2012.
Articles & Comment
09 May, 2017 | Charlotte Barker
28 Aug, 2015 | Charlotte Barker
On 26 August 2015 Companies House published amended implementation dates for key elements of the transparency and filing provisions contained in Parts 7 and 8 of…Read More
10 Jul, 2015 | Edward Craft
Significant changes to the Companies Act 2006 are in the process of coming into effect. Most significantly, from 1 January 2016 companies will need to keep and…Read More
08 May, 2015 | Edward Craft
You may be forgiven in thinking that there cannot be much in the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 (SBEEA) which is of direct relevance to companies.…Read More
03 Feb, 2015 | Charlotte Barker
The Serious Fraud Office (the SFO) has secured its first convictions under the Bribery Act 2010 (the Act).Read More