Irwin Mitchell LLP, seeks out creative business and legal solutions for commercial organisations and private individuals.
We take a refreshing approach to client relationships and have industry-specific expertise in Financial Services, Retail, Sports & Leisure and Technology, Media and Telecoms, as well as a nationally renowned, award winning Private Client practice.
By thinking differently and truly understanding our clients’ needs and their industry, we are able to deliver inspiring results.
Our international practice has a long-standing focus on France and Germany and both French and German-speaking countries. Our dedicated French and German groups have, for many decades, acted for a number of the country’s most respected household names.
We have long established expertise in advising on cross-border issues including conflicts of law and jurisdiction. With such depth of expertise and experience we are very well placed to advise on the various issues - both legal and cultural.
INSOLVENCY & RESTRUCTURING
Martin deals with issues concerning insolvency and business failure as well as the sometimes associated professional negligence.
Simon has 20 years experience as an employment solicitor and has been a partner for ten years. He trained in the city with what is now SNR Denton and has worked in the USA and Hong Kong. Simon is listed in Chambers as a leader in his field.
Neil is a partner in the corporate team, and was chairman of the firm for 12 years up until 2012. Neil started his career with Norton Rose in the city and then worked in Hong Kong for five years before joining Thomas Eggar in 1984.
Neil specialises in all aspects of corporate work for private companies, LLPs and partnerships, including mergers and acquisitions, shareholder issues, business recovery and finance, and was also listed in Chambers as an expert in his field. Neil was chairman of the Sussex Chamber of Commerce and Industry and is currently a trustee of the Sussex Community Foundation, the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum and Outset Youth Action. In October 2012, Neil was appointed by the Lord Lieutenant of West Sussex, as a Deputy Lieutenant of the County.