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Penningtons Manches LLP

9400 GARSINGTON ROAD, OXFORD BUSINESS PARK, OXFORD, OX4 2HN, ENGLAND
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Work 01865 722106
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Fax 01865 201012
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155710 Oxford 13
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www.penningtons.co.uk

South East: Corporate and commercial

Corporate and commercial: Kent, Surrey, Sussex
Corporate and commercial: Kent, Surrey, Sussex - ranked: tier 2

Penningtons Manches LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP fields a team of 'excellent all-round deal lawyers'. The national head of corporate, Simon Bickerdike , 'is a standout individual - a true trusted adviser', who advises on both domestic and cross-border acquisitions,  management buyouts and share sales. The team also attracts high-value MBOs and  fundraising mandates, often with multi-jurisdictional aspects. It advised the shareholders of  a group of Criterion companies on the sale of its entire issued share capital to Charles Taylor, a deal valued at up to £13m. It also assisted APA Publications with its acquisition of the Rough Guides from Dorling Kindersley. David Kendall, who handles the gamut of corporate transactions, especially those involving technology and IP, 'could confidently take the lead in any negotiation'. The 'calm, collected, intelligent, experienced and commercially astute' Philip Walton  is highlighted for his experience in the venture capital and private equity spheres; senior associate Liz Gillingham is also noted as is associate Hannah McIIwraith, who 'is always up to speed with  transactions, very knowledgeable and approachable'.

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Corporate and commercial: Thames Valley, Berks, Oxon, M4/M40
Corporate and commercial: Thames Valley, Berks, Oxon, M4/M40 - ranked: tier 1

Penningtons Manches LLP

The ‚Äėexcellent and commercial‚Äô team at¬†Penningtons Manches LLP¬†is recommended as being ‚Äėunfailingly prompt and thorough in their responses, giving clear and actionable advice‚Äô and ‚Äėgood at understanding business context‚Äô. The team has a track record of advising growth companies, with strong relationships with Touchstone Innovations and Oxford University Innovation. The practice is also noted for its work on high-profile venture capital and spin-out transactions; recent highlights include¬†Rob Hayes¬†advising Veryan Holdings on its equity investment from a syndicate of institutional investors and debt financing from Silicon Valley Bank and David Tighe¬†acting for equity crowd-funding platform Seedrs on its new funding round with a follow-on investment by Woodford Investment Management. Life sciences continues to be another area of specialism for the firm in the Thames Valley; technology and life sciences expert Will Axtell¬†advised the management team of Timico on a ¬£50m investment from Lyceum Capital and Chris Shelley¬†advised the shareholders of¬†Oxford Gene Technology on its acquisition by Sysmex Corporation. Other key figures in the team include James Went, Nicola McConville, Justin Starling]¬†and Joanne Vengadesan.

Leading individuals

Will Axtell - Penningtons Manches LLP

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South East: Dispute resolution

Commercial litigation: Thames Valley, Berks, Oxon, M4/M40
Commercial litigation: Thames Valley, Berks, Oxon, M4/M40 - ranked: tier 1

Penningtons Manches LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP¬†conducts large-scale complex litigation in a range of areas, including regulatory compliance, investigation and enforcement work, and acts on matters in the education and retail sectors; it also has a strong track record for representing the victims of interest rate mis-selling. Julie Bond, who¬†heads the Oxford commercial disputes team, specialises in commercial and corporate disputes, with an emphasis on regulatory work, professional negligence cases and fraud. Bond acted for the Pirbright Institute in respect of a factually complex negligence claim arising from a ‚Äúvishing‚ÄĚ raid, which involved claims under the Proceeds of Crime Act, and has also been advising Sum-It on a potential claim against HMRC for breach of statutory duty alongside senior associate Emma Davies. Regulatory law expert Ed Weightman¬†returned to the practice after a five-year stint with energy regulator Ofgem, where he was head of enforcement casework. Senior associate Rebecca Andrews-Walker¬†is recognised for her expertise in insolvency and recoveries matters and contentious bankruptcy proceedings.

Leading individuals

Julie Bond - Penningtons Manches LLP

Next generation lawyers

Emma Davies - Penningtons Manches LLP

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South East: Finance

Banking and finance
Banking and finance - ranked: tier 2

Penningtons Manches LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP's banking team is 'very responsive and practical in its approach'. Although it is best known for its borrower-side expertise, the practice is also active for lender clients, and was recently appointed to HSBC's corporate banking panel. The health care sector is a particular area of expertise; recent highlights include advising Carebase on a £7m loan provided by RBS for the purposes of refinancing existing debt as well as general commercial purposes, and assisting Cherry Wood Grange Chelmsford with a £6m loan to refinance existing debt and fund an equity release. The practice also acted for Industrial Chemicals Group on a £30m facility provided by Lloyds Banking Group, and advised the Social Justice and Human Rights Centre on the refinancing of its existing bank borrowing and junior debt with new syndicated facilities from Charity Bank and Big Society Capital. Rich Eldridge heads the team and is noted for 'combining intellectual ability with commercial awareness'. Also recommended are Helen Drayton, who is 'a pleasure to deal with - very thorough, offering practical and relevant advice'; and the 'very proactive' John Chater.

Leading individuals

- Penningtons Manches LLP

Rich Eldridge - Penningtons Manches LLP

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South East: Human resources

Employment: Hampshire
Employment: Hampshire - ranked: tier 1

Penningtons Manches LLP

At Penningtons Manches LLP, 'the overall level of service is phenomenal, the advice given is tailored to the business and has a view to the commercial' issues at stake. David Bickford heads a department that acts largely for employer clients and handles cases concerning whistleblowing, liability for holiday pay, discrimination actions and senior employee exits. In recent work, it has dealt with an harassment case in the film industry and separately advised on the dismissal of two board directors amid allegations of corruption. Chris Syder, whose expertise includes gender pay matters, is 'very responsive' and has a 'pragmatic' approach. Gemma Woodhouse and associate Katie Glendinning are 'knowledgeable and personable and meticulous with their case preparation'.

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Employment: Kent, Surrey, Sussex
Employment: Kent, Surrey, Sussex - ranked: tier 1

Penningtons Manches LLP

The 'highly regarded' team at Penningtons Manches LLP is valued for its 'responsive and pragmatic' approach. It handles matters covering the spectrum of employment and data protection issues, predominantly for employers. Recent work includes handling a novel claim regarding the transfer of vicarious liability for the actions of employees; boardroom disputes; the integration of employees following mergers and acquisitions, as well as various grievance and discrimination matters for national and international clients. Michael Cole is 'exceptionally talented on all fronts, with tactical nous and a willingness to test the frontiers of settled law'. He undertakes the resolution of all types of employment issues assisted by associate Elizabeth Cardy for clients including Blue Oil Energy, Intrinsic Technologies, Wurth UK and Fullbrook Ventures t/a Bernard Sims Associates.

Leading individuals

Michael Cole - Penningtons Manches LLP

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Employment: Thames Valley, Berks, Oxon, M4/M40
Employment: Thames Valley, Berks, Oxon, M4/M40 - ranked: tier 1

Penningtons Manches LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP is experienced in the education, life sciences and technology sectors, counting Merton College, Oxford Nanopore Technologies and IVI UK as clients. Daff Richardson and Eugene Wojciechowski are the key partners servicing the Thames Valley market out of the firm’s Oxford and Reading offices respectively. Richardson co-leads the firm’s education practice, with clients in this field including higher education institutions, independent schools and charities. Richardson also has specialisms in data protection, strategic reorganisations and severance arrangements for senior executives and academics. Wojciechowski advised M20 Property Group on all employment and pension-related matters in respect of the client’s preparation to sell a portfolio of properties across the UK, and successfully defended One Housing Group against claims for unfair constructive dismissal, breach of contract and discrimination. Senior associate Duncan Bain  is noted for his specialist expertise around the crossover between employment and immigration; he is assisting Ocado on an ongoing basis with cases where employees’ and job candidates’ rights to work are brought into question. Bill Smith is well versed in corporate-related work, especially transactions involving university spin-out companies.

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Immigration
Immigration - ranked: tier 1

Penningtons Manches LLP

Clients consider Penningtons Manches LLP to be 'a top-level firm with excellent experience in immigration matters'. The immigration practice has a particular focus on the technology, education and healthcare sectors, where it regularly handles the immigration aspects of spinouts, among other matters. In an illustration of its education track record, Bain acted for Merton College on a Tier 2 sponsor licence and on the recruitment of its first Tier 2 migrant, which involved liaising with the UKVI to resolve a question over whether the role qualified for sponsorship as it involved a mixture of academic research and religious ministry. In addition to business immigration matters, the practice also acts for individuals in private immigration matters; recent work includes assisting an individual with the preparation of a permanent residence application on behalf of his Greek mother. Duncan Bain joined Bower & Bailey.

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Pensions
Pensions - ranked: tier 1

Penningtons Manches LLP

Maria Riccio's¬†‚Äėsmall but highly experienced and effective pensions team‚Äô at Penningtons Manches LLP¬†is ‚Äėexcellent and always readily available, providing prompt, succinct and clear advice‚Äô. The ‚Äėfriendly, reliable and very personable‚Äô Riccio is ‚Äėextremely knowledgeable and discusses legally difficult issues in a clear and understandable manner‚Äô. Riccio is particularly recommended for defined benefit plan matters, as well as being the key lawyer in the team dealing with large pensions projects including scheme mergers and closures, major documentation exercises and debt issues. Riccio is primarily assisted by senior associate Clare Coley, whose key focus is on defined contribution pensions and in particular defined contribution governance and auto-enrolment. Highlights included acting for the representative of a beneficiary in a compromise of a Part 8 claim heard in the High Court in Manchester and continuing to support Trethowans LLP with pensions considerations of various corporate transactions.

Leading individuals

Maria Riccio - Penningtons Manches LLP

Next generation lawyers

Clare Coley - Penningtons Manches LLP

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South East: Insurance

Clinical negligence: claimant
Clinical negligence: claimant - ranked: tier 1

Penningtons Manches LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP's clinical negligence team delivers an 'impeccable level of service within excellent response times'. Brain and birth injuries, as well as amputation, oncological, sepsis, cauda equina and orthopaedic claims, are some of the multi-track areas which are handled on a national and cross-border level, while the team also engages in lower-value cosmetic surgery and product liability matters. A highlight from 2017 was Alison Appelboam-Meadows' settlement of a matter in which the claimant suffered a placental abruption and lost her baby following the negligent treatment of her unusual CTG tracing results. The 'knowledgeable, professional and caring' practice co-lead Philippa Luscombe and associate Emma Beeson are recommended. Associate director Alison Johnson heads the maternal and gynaecological injuries team.

Next generation lawyers

Alison Johnson - Penningtons Manches LLP

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Personal injury: claimant
Personal injury: claimant - ranked: tier 2

Penningtons Manches LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP's personal injury team 'provides a very good, proactive service and achieves appropriate settlements', with particular expertise in brain injury, fatal accident, product liability, cosmetic treatment and foreign travel cases, as well as group litigation matters. A highlight of 2017 was an occupiers' liability claim, handled by department lead Philippa Luscombe, against a hospital trust concerning a catastrophic brain injury that the cognitively impaired claimant sustained when they attempted to leave hospital and consequently suffered a fall due to unsecured accesses and furniture placed adjacent to safety rails. Senior associates Lucie Prothero and Charles O'Brien make up the rest of the core team, while partner Mark Lee heads the international travel claims department.

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South East: Private client

Charities and not-for-profit
Charities and not-for-profit - ranked: tier 2

Penningtons Manches LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP fields 'a strong team with a lot of experience in this area of law, particularly contentious charity law work'.  Alison Talbot (whose 18 years' experience in charity law and governance matters gives her 'a great depth of knowledge') leads a team that includes Philip Collins, whose 'very strong knowledge of contentious probate issues relating to charities enables him to get to the route of issues quickly'. They were joined in 2017 by Andrew Mackie from Bircham Dyson Bell,  who has an extensive track record of charity law advice, with particular experience of NHS charity regulation and work for charities governed by Royal Charter. The practice combines strong charity and social enterprise credentials with support from practice areas such as commercial property, employment and dispute resolution to provide a wide range of services to clients including the NSPCC, Dementia UK and Save The Children. Recent highlights include advising Hearing Dogs on its merger with Hearing Link and providing advice to the trustees of a social housing provider on their powers to enter into a transaction for the acquisition of a parcel of land for development in central London. The practice has also assisted more than 35 regional and national charities with revisions to their constitutions.

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Family: Kent, Surrey, Sussex
Family: Kent, Surrey, Sussex - ranked: tier 2

Penningtons Manches LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP¬†fields a team that is ‚Äėvery able and in turn very strong‚Äô. It routinely attracts cases involving multi-million pounds of corporate and other assets, trusts and pensions, including those located in overseas jurisdictions as well as nuptial agreements and child location disputes. Veronica¬†Gilmour, who leads the team ‚Äėhas a superb reputation' and 'a combination of intellect, soft skills and gravitas‚Äô. She frequently assists international families where high-stakes assets are located in various jurisdictions and often where divorce proceedings had taken place in other countries.¬†Rachel¬†Donald, who is considered ‚Äėwithout doubt a star of the future‚Äô, handles complex financial remedy matters, wealth protection and child arrangement disputes. Senior associate Laura Hughes¬†and associate Lee¬†Henderson¬†are highly recommended for their excellent client handling skills.

Leading individuals

Veronica Gilmour - Penningtons Manches LLP

Next generation lawyers

Rachel Donald - Penningtons Manches LLP

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Family: Thames Valley, Berks, Oxon, M4/M40
Family: Thames Valley, Berks, Oxon, M4/M40 - ranked: tier 1

Penningtons Manches LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP¬†is ‚Äėan outstanding firm offering real quality to rival the top end of the London market‚Äô. The family practices in the firm‚Äôs Reading and Oxford offices are headed by¬†Kerry Fretwell¬†and Jane Mitchell¬†respectively.¬†Fretwell specialises in acting for high-net-worth individuals on a range of cases, including financial settlements between unmarried parents, and acting for intervenors, while Mitchell is widely considered to be the go-to person for financial cases and disputes regarding child arrangement orders. ‚ÄėTenacious fighter and good lawyer‚Äô Ruth James' practice¬†focuses on resolving financial settlements between separating couples and arrangements for children. Also noted are senior associates Claire Clarke¬†('very dedicated and goes the extra mile for her clients') and Bethan Thomas¬†(‚Äėamazing; she is patient, kind and considerate, with her knowledge and expertise particularly reassuring‚Äô) and associate Stuart Webber¬†('a measured and reassuring lawyer').

Leading individuals

Jane Mitchell - Penningtons Manches LLP

Kerry Fretwell - Penningtons Manches LLP

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Personal tax, trusts and probate: Hampshire
Personal tax, trusts and probate: Hampshire - ranked: tier 2

Penningtons Manches LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP¬†'s advice is 'highly rated' and its¬†'charges are reasonable for the quality of advice and service offered'. The team has extensive expertise in trusts law, including that with an international aspect, and contentious issues such as the¬†removal of trustees and disputes between trustees and beneficiaries. Its private client and tax practice handles the full range of advisory and disputes matters, assisting high-net-worth families resolve conflicts, preserve wealth and plan succession. The team acts for a number of high-profile clients and highlights included acting for an American family in¬†an international burial dispute as well as handling trust and estate issues. Practice head¬†Michael Cash's 'knowledge is first rate and he has a calm reassuring manner about him'. Other noted team members include Henrietta Mason, Si√Ęn Hodgson¬†and Sarah Lee.

Next generation lawyers

Henrietta Mason - Penningtons Manches LLP

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Personal tax, trusts and probate: Kent, Surrey, Sussex
Personal tax, trusts and probate: Kent, Surrey, Sussex - ranked: tier 2

Penningtons Manches LLP

The 'excellent' team at Penningtons Manches LLP is 'prompt to respond and compassionate in its interactions with beneficiaries' and has 'a wide area of expertise with specialists in all required sectors'. Guildford-based Liz Garvey, who heads the team, is also a director of PennTrust, the firm's trust management company, and frequently acts as a trustee on large family trusts. Senior associates Cecelia Ward and Hannah Gearey, who is valued for 'keeping on top of many areas of business', are other names to note. The team was further boosted by the arrival of senior associate Elizabeth Nicholas, who joined from Macfarlanes LLP in January 2017. The group handles complicated cases involving family and business trusts, wills and probate matters and unusual Court of Protection cases.

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Personal tax, trusts and probate: Thames Valley, Berks, Oxon, M4/M40
Personal tax, trusts and probate: Thames Valley, Berks, Oxon, M4/M40 - ranked: tier 2

Penningtons Manches LLP

‚ÄėVery knowledgeable and efficient‚Äô senior associate¬†Caroline Van Zyl¬† heads¬†Penningtons Manches LLP's¬†Oxford office private client and tax team and specialises in all matters relating to estate planning, succession, tax and trusts. Van Zyl receives a considerable number of instructions from clients with overseas interests or foreign domicile considerations. Senior associate¬†Louise Lewis¬†joined the firm in May 2017 from¬†Blake Morgan LLP¬†and holds detailed knowledge of complex estate and trust administration and tax planning, while also receiving instructions to draft wills, set up trusts and put in place powers of attorney. Associate¬†Iain Managhan¬†is noted for his advice on mental capacity issues, with recognition for his expertise as a member of STEP‚Äôs global steering committee for mental capacity.

Next generation lawyers

Caroline Van Zyl - Penningtons Manches LLP

Louise Lewis - Penningtons Manches LLP

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South East: Public sector

Education
Education - ranked: tier 1

Penningtons Manches LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP provides 'an excellent level of service and responsiveness, and good value for money'. The practice handles the full range of work across the higher education sector, from advising education institutions on QAA and ISI compliance and withdrawal of accreditation, to advising early-stage university spin-out companies on technology transfer and licensing agreements with parent institutions. Other areas of expertise include employment, data protection (including GDPR), and the growing sector of alternative providers of higher education. Recent highlights include advising EdTech company Classlist on a £500,000 fundraising, and acting for St Peter's College, Oxford on its £4.1m acquisition of three buildings adjacent to the college. Practice head Daff Richardson is 'incisive, professional and very responsive'; her track record in the higher education sector reassures clients, who value her 'knowledge of the key people, awareness of the history or politics behind a particular problem area, and detailed understanding of the statutes and bylaws'. Alison Talbot has 19 years' experience in charities law and governance and is also highly recommended.

Leading individuals

Alison Talbot - Penningtons Manches LLP

Daff Richardson - Penningtons Manches LLP

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South East: Real estate

Commercial property: Kent, Surrey, Sussex
Commercial property: Kent, Surrey, Sussex - ranked: tier 2

Penningtons Manches LLP

The team at Penningtons Manches LLP 'works seamlessly and incredibly hard on all instructions' according to one client. It handles a range of work including the acquisition of sites for substantial developments in the retail, hotel and industrial space, and also has lending and refinancing expertise. Clients include developers, landowners, landlords and tenants, including Barrington Brown Partnership, Flight Centre (UK), Rainham Steel Investments and Seybourne Estates. Department head Mike Busby and associate Sam Davies are 'outstanding solicitors with excellent communication skills'; the 'excellent' Tim Davies and Tony Burns are also key names, together with senior associate Graham Dixon. Jamie Lynch and Amanda Bolland joined the team from Herbert Smith Freehills LLP and Gowling WLG respectively.

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Commercial property: Thames Valley, Berks, Oxon, M4/M40
Commercial property: Thames Valley, Berks, Oxon, M4/M40 - ranked: tier 1

Penningtons Manches LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP is strong for work in the retail and leisure sector, large-scale development projects, and education and environmental and planning law, with a client base including multinational corporates, universities and entrepreneur developers such as Frontier Estates, Fitness First and Berendsen UK. Richard Smith] heads the team and leads the environmental and planning law group. Smith advised St Peter's College, Oxford, on the purchase of several properties on New Inn Hall Street and acted for the European Space Agency on its acquisition of a new office at Harwell Science Campus. Simon Knott has assisted White Stuff with the acquisition, disposal and day-to-day management of various high-street stores and warehousing centres.

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Environment
Environment - ranked: tier 1

Penningtons Manches LLP

Richard Smith heads the practice at Penningtons Manches LLP, which handles the full range of environmental law matters including consummated land liabilities, legal compliance, planning policy and the Habitats Directive.

Leading individuals

Richard Smith - Penningtons Manches LLP

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Property litigation
Property litigation - ranked: tier 2

Penningtons Manches LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP's property litigation team 'works seamlessly together and incredibly hard, tailoring advice and commercial suggestions according to clients' requirements'. The practice is highly active for tenants on issues arising from their real estate portfolios, and regularly acts for institutional investors in high-value contested lease renewal matters involving redevelopments of retail premises; universities and colleges in the management of its student and commercial lettings; and acting for start-ups and spin-off companies in the life sciences and biotechnology sectors. Key figures include John Morrison, who manages the Thames Valley team and has a strong focus on dilapidation claims, lease renewal and break notices, as well as service charge and boundary disputes and professional negligence disputes.

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Social housing
Social housing - ranked: tier 1

Penningtons Manches LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP has a longstanding track record acting for housing associations and local authorities covering the full range of social housing advice, from home ownership matters to securitisation, portfolio management and acquisition and development work. The practice is continuing to expand its client base, with Network Housing, Winchester City Council and Shoreditch Housing Association all new clients for 2017. Recent highlights include acting for Southern Housing Group on ongoing issues arising from the Bow River Village development, including the acquisition of two adjacent development sites for a total consideration of £31m; acting for Thames Valley Housing Association on the review of its shared ownership lease and sales guides, which involved reducing the timescales between the issue of sales contract packages to exchange of contracts; and assisting Paragon Asra Housing with title reviews to assess their mortgageability, potential value related restrictions and any compliance concerns. Linda Storey heads the team and acts for clients including Metropolitan Housing Trust. Also recommended are Andrew Casstles, who specialises in property development and regeneration, construction and procurement specialist Peter Massey, and Eugene Wojciechowski, who focuses on employment matters.

Leading individuals

Linda Storey - Penningtons Manches LLP

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South East: TMT

IT and telecoms
IT and telecoms - ranked: tier 2

Penningtons Manches LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP¬†is strong for handling complex technology transactions, advising on hi-tech manufacturing agreements and acting for IT suppliers in support of their sales processes. One high-profile matter has seen¬†Joanne Vengadesan¬†assisting Bluepointlondon with its ¬£100m ‚ÄėSmartCity‚Äô project to upgrade the electric vehicle charging point infrastructure and install hundreds of new charging points to extend the network. Other highlights included advising Tectrade Computers on contracts with its customers and advising Tata Advanced Systems on a technology purchase agreement in relation to a high-tech manufacturing matter and licence agreements for a joint venture involving prototype technologies. London-based Anna Frankum¬†and Oxford partner Chris Shelley¬† jointly lead the practice.

Leading individuals

Joanne Vengadesan - Penningtons Manches LLP

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Intellectual property
Intellectual property - ranked: tier 2

Penningtons Manches LLP

The team at¬†Penningtons Manches LLP¬†builds a ‚Äėlong-lasting trust and successful cooperation‚Äô with its clients, which include Jimmy Choo, Vaccitech and IKEA. The practice offers expert advice on patents, know-how, trade mark and copyright licensing, and copyright, database and design right protection. Oxford-based partner¬†Chris Shelley¬†jointly heads the practice with London-based¬†Anna Frankum.¬†Shelley is particularly renowned for his work in the life sciences, publishing and engineering sectors; in one recent highlight he advised new client Inkpath on various issues including data protection and the implications of the GDPR, negotiating contracts and drafting an evaluation agreement. Trade marks specialist¬†Gavin Stenton¬†provides strategic brand protection advice to brand owners in a wide variety of sectors including fashion, sport, drinks, publishing and professional services. Joanne Vengadesan,¬†who splits her time between Basingstoke and Reading, is also highly regarded, as is associate¬†Holly Strube.¬†A notable personnel change saw¬†Rachael Barber¬†leave the practice to join¬†Kemp Little LLP.

Leading individuals

Chris Shelley - Penningtons Manches LLP

Next generation lawyers

Holly Strube - Penningtons Manches LLP

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