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80 GUILDHALL STREET, BURY ST EDMUNDS, IP33 1QB, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 01284 762211
Fax:
Fax 01284 717499
DX:
57205 BURY ST EDMUNDS
Email:
Web:
www.greene-greene.com

Mark Williams

Tel:
Work 01284 717412 (Direct)
Email:
Greene & Greene

Work Department

Corporate and Commercial

Position

Solicitor

Career

Mark qualified in 2010 and joined Greene & Greene in August 2017 from a well-known regional firm in Cambridge. He has a particular interest in the technology sector and advises on a range of business matters including: mergers and acquisitions, private company fundraisings, general commercial contract law, corporate governance and intellectual property rights.

Education

College of Law, Bloomsbury
Guildhall University, London

Leisure

Mark is a keen musician playing guitar, piano and a variety of other instruments. He also enjoys tennis, cricket, cycling and supporting a well-known Norfolk Football Club.


East Anglia: Corporate and commercial

Corporate and commercial: Cambridge

Within: Corporate and commercial: Cambridge

Greenwoods GRM is 'excellent - a first-class firm with a very strong team in commercial and corporate law', according to one client. Practice head David Woods relocated to Cambridge from the Peterborough office following Duncan Walker's departure to Bircham Dyson Bell. Clients remark that Woods is an excellent and experienced lawyer who offers the rare combination of very commercially-minded advice with a large degree of gravitas'. He recently advised the owner on the £57m sale of cleanroom and healthcare disposables manufacturer Nitritex, and acted for Stratagem IPM on the acquisition of Page Hargrave. Douglas Linette has niche expertise advising UK clients on business operations in Australia, given his role as a consultant to affiliated firm Kemp Strang. Mark Williams  moved to Greene & Greene in Bury St Edmunds.

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Corporate and commercial: elsewhere in East Anglia

Within: Corporate and commercial: elsewhere in East Anglia

Greene & Greene in Bury St Edmunds is 'an excellent firm with highly professional solicitors and staff, who act promptly and with integrity and treat the clients as people, rather than just another case'. Partner Simon Ratcliffe, who is a dual-qualified solicitor advocate and barrister, leads the practice and specialises in the acquisition, disposal and reorganisation of private companies. He recently acted for Nexus Underwriting Management Limited in its multimillion-pound acquisition of US-based reinsurer ZON Re, which brought the company into a new line of business. For the same client he handled a £44m fundraising transaction to fund future growth. Neil Walmsley is seen as one of the region's leading corporate finance lawyers and handles a mix of regional, London-based and international transactions. He recently helped Holiday Property Bond with its acquisition of Jigsaw Holidays, and advised a client in the healthcare sector on the multimillion-pound disposal of a property company to a REIT. Andrew Cooper is highly regarded for corporate matters and commercial contracts work, including  supply and agency agreements, and for data protection and GDPR compliance issues. Solicitor Mark Williams is also recommended for M&A, fundraisings and commercial contract law.

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East Anglia: TMT (technology, media and telecoms)

IT and telecoms

Within: IT and telecoms

The practice at Greenwoods GRM has a new shape since corporate partner Duncan Walker  joined Bircham Dyson Bell & Cambridge and Mark Williams  moved to Greene & Greene & Bury St Edmunds, but corporate partner David Woods is now in place in Cambridge to handle large transactions for clients in the technology sector. He acted for shareholders of NextG-Com Limited in its sale to an international IT company. Associate Victoria Robinson advises on the creation and exploitation of mobile apps, Huw Wallis handles commercial disputes relating to ICT contracts, and senior solicitor Jamie McConnell is recommended for disputes involving both IT contracts and intellectual property.  The firm counts Data Interchange, The Retail Data Partnership and Red Fish Systems among its clients.

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