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Stephen Heinemann

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Howard Kennedy LLP

Work Department

Corporate.

Position

Partner. Since 2005 Stephen has advised venture capital trusts, where the firm provides legal advice and Howard Kennedy Corporate Services LLP provides sponsor advice with regards to fundraisings and mergers. He also has experience in bond issues, and in 2017 advised on the first FCA approved prospectus bond issue that could be held in the newly created Innovative Finance ISA.


Stephen has wide experience in a range in a range of company and commercial matters including sale and purchase agreements, mergers and acquisitions and corporate finance.

Career

Trained Hill Dickinson, London; qualified 1999; partner Howard Kennedy 2005.

Member

Law Society.

Education

Trinity School of John Whitgift, Croydon (nine O Levels, three A Levels); University of Wales, Cardiff (BSC Econ); University of London (LLB).

Leisure

Croydon Art Society, squash, tennis, badminton, taxi service for kids!


London: TMT (technology, media and telecoms)

Media and entertainment (including media finance)

Within: Media and entertainment (including media finance)

Howard Kennedy LLP’s media and entertainment practice acts for individual and corporate clients across publishing, theatre, film, TV, music, advertising, PR, marketing, gaming and social media. Its expertise spans corporate, financing, IP, regulatory compliance, employment and defamation matters, and it handles international broadcasting, online content and global rights protection cases. Corporate partner Stephen Heinemann advised Greene Light Stage the fund raising for a joint venture with Elton John’s production company, Rocket Stage. Consultant David Hooper is a publishing expert and is representing Democratic Press in a libel action. Litigator Tim Bignell is representing musician Richard Blackmore on claims against HEC and DPO (both in administration).  Senior associate Elizabeth Morley handles media and entertainment sector disputes and employment head Jane Amphlett is also noted for her expertise in the sector. Media law and regulatory head Mark Stephens CBE leads the department with IP and commercial head Robert Lands.

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