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Carl Selby Royds Withy King Lawyer

Carl Selby

Partner

T: 01865 264004 (DDI)
T: 01865 264004
M: 07590 845 436 E: carl.selby@roydswithyking.com

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Carl has had an interest in the tech sector and acts for a number of software businesses.  Carl has developed expertise in agricultural work, acting for farming businesses on the acquisition and disposal of farms, re-structuring farming businesses and succession planning.



Expertise

  • Private company M&A transactions;
  • Farming business transactions and farming business re-structuring;
  • Business structures, shareholder agreements and group restructurings;
  • Joint ventures;
  • IT contracts in particular software contracts

Work highlights

  • Acting for a German multi national in the acquisition of a UK business
  • Acting for a farming family in a complicated acquisition of a pig farm
  • Acting for on the multi-million pound sale of a bus company
  • Acting on the incorporation of a multi-million pound incorporation of a property portfolio

 

"I really enjoy getting stuck into the nitty gritty of a deal, finding pragmatic and creative solutions to get the deal over the line. I like to work very closely with clients, hoping to become their first port of call if they ever need advice."

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