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Hogan Lovells International LLP

ATLANTIC HOUSE, HOLBORN VIADUCT, LONDON, EC1A 2FG, ENGLAND
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Work 020 7296 2000
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Philip Corser

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Hogan Lovells US LLP

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Corporate transactional

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Counsel

Career

Philip prides himself on his extensive and assured knowledge of the law relevant to a wide range of corporate transactions, and on applying that knowledge flexibly and commercially to give clients the solutions they want with the legal protections and advice they need. He focuses on clients' key issues and assists them to take a proportionate approach. With his degree in German and Latin, Philip has a deep understanding of language and ensures that his documents are drafted to the highest standard. He hates stuffy, old-fashioned prose and is a firm supporter of the use of clear, natural and precise English in legal documents.

Philip has over 10 years' experience of acting on a wide range of public and private mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, equity capital market transactions and solvent and insolvent restructurings in the financial, industrial and other sectors. He also regularly advises listed and private companies on matters of corporate law and compliance with listing rules and regulations.


London: Risk advisory

Corporate governance

Within: Corporate governance

Hogan Lovells International LLP’s breadth and depth of expertise enable it to provide a comprehensive service to UK and international listed and unlisted companies, as well as directors, officers and shareholders. Head of the corporate governance unit Andrew Pearson and Maegen Morrison have previously advised longstanding client SABMiller on issues such as its policies on whistleblowing and document retention, reviews of annual reports and accounts, and the establishment of governance arrangements in relation to international joint ventures. Another key client is MP Evans Group, with Richard Ufland and counsel Philip Corser recently advising on constitutional matters, its compliance with the Corporate Governance Code (prior to its AIM admission) and AGM-related issues. Mars, Paysafe Group and Acal also instruct the firm. Paul Randall leads a team focused on employee share incentives. In the area of white-collar crime and fraud, Crispin Rapinet provides management boards with multi-jurisdictional preventative and compliance advice, and also assists in relation to investigations brought by national agencies, as well as follow-up enforcement action.

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