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Andrew Jackson Solicitors LLP

Work Department





Nick has worked in our corporate team since 2004. As well as working on corporate acquisitions and disposals, MBO’s and other corporate work, Nick deals with bank lending for clients involved in corporate transactions. He also advises UK and foreign banks on lending and taking security and has acted on matters where lending has been in excess of £50 million.

He also has experience in dealing with: 

  • Bank lending and security (acting for both lender and borrower)
  • Joint ventures and shareholders’ agreements, share options, acquisitions and disposals of businesses and companies
  • MBO’s
  • Corporate reorganisations
  • Venture capital investment
  • Partnership and LLP issues

Lawyer Rankings

Yorkshire and the Humber > Finance > Banking and finance

Andrew Jackson Solicitors LLP handles a broad range of transactional services for both lenders and borrowers, with strengths in cross-jurisdictional matters that is reflected by practice head Nick Scott’s experience working with overseas lenders based in Europe. In addition to shipping finance and agricultural lending, property and real estate finance is another area of strength for the group that is spearheaded by Helen Mellors, who has a focus on clients in the university accommodation and care home sectors. Mark Davies and Andrew Oliver are also recommended.

Yorkshire and the Humber > Transport

Andrew Jackson Solicitors LLP has broad expertise within shipping, transport and fishery law. The group is led by Dominic Ward who specialises in dry shipping and cargo matters, with a particular focus on multi-party charter disputes. It also has a strong vessel finance sub-group that advises UK banks and international financial institutions on large-scale vessel finance projects; Andrew Oliver and head of banking, Nick Scott are key contacts. Elsewhere, the marine fisheries team handles prosecution and defence work, acting for both governmental organisations and private individuals.