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PATERNOSTER HOUSE, 65 ST PAUL'S CHURCHYARD, LONDON, EC4M 8AB, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7920 3020
Fax:
Fax 020 7920 3099
Email:
Web:
www.logoslegalservices.com
London, Reykjavik

Claire Broomhead

Tel:
Work +44 207 920 3020
Email:
LOGOS

Work Department

London office

Position

Partner

Career

Claire specialises in  UK and cross-border M&A, joint ventures, restructuring and gerneral corporate advisory. Claire joined LOGOS in 2011. She was perviously with Mallesons Stephen Jaques in Sidney and Eversheds in London.                          

Languages

English

Member

The Law Society of England and Wales

Education

Claire Broomhead is a Solicitor in England & Wales. She studied law at the University of Manchester and College of Law in Chester and graduated in 1998.


Foreign firms : European firms in London

Scandinavia

Within: Scandinavia

The oldest law firm in Iceland, LOGOS legal services’ London head Gudmundur Oddsson specialises in cross-border transactions, primarily M&A, private equity and finance, as well as high-value cross-border litigation matters involving Iceland and other jurisdictions. Ann Grewar assists Icelandic companies with overseas investments; international clients that invest into Iceland; and clients from other Nordic countries with their investments into the UK. Grewar specialises in corporate transactions, finance, restructuring, joint ventures and commercial agreements. Other key names include Gunnar Thor, Anna Huxster and Claire Broomhead.

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