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1 April 2019 0 Comments Posted in Corporate & Commercial, News

Royds Withy King helps Oxford Genetics to secure £6.5m funding deal

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Corporate lawyers from Royds Withy King have helped Oxford Genetics, an Oxford based biotechnology business which specialises in biological drug development, to secure a £6.5m syndicated investment which will further secure its position as a market-leading innovator of synthetic biology-based …

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11 December 2018 0 Comments Posted in Corporate & Commercial, News

Corporate team supports Oxford Sciences Innovation (OSI) investment in Oxford University spin out and the management team of DNA testing business

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Ian Butler press release

Over the last five months, the Oxford based Corporate team at Royds Withy King has successfully completed a number of transactions, particularly in the life sciences and technology sectors. The team, led by Iain Butler, successfully advised Edtopia Limited, a …

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28 August 2018 0 Comments Posted in Corporate & Commercial, News

Royds Withy King advises on the MBO of Argosy Components

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Press release

Royds Withy King’s Corporate team in Oxford have acted for the management team of Argosy Components Ltd on the management buyout of the company. Founded in 1984 and based in Long Crendon, Oxfordshire, Argosy Components serves the broadcast and communication …

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16 July 2018 0 Comments Posted in News

Oxford lawyers scoop Law Society awards

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Two lawyers from Royds Withy King in Oxford have come out on top at the prestigious Berks, Bucks and Oxfordshire Law Society Awards 2018. Jennifer Sampson, a lawyer in the Corporate team at Royds Withy King, was named Junior Lawyer …

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23 March 2018 0 Comments Posted in Opinion

A Post-Brexit UK: It’s not all about blue passports, is it…?

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We are in the thick of a period of economic and business uncertainty during which the terms of the UK’s exit from the EU remain to be agreed.  Brexit has already led to volatility in the financial markets and businesses …

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