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Mills & Reeve LLP

78-84 COLMORE ROW, BIRMINGHAM, B3 2AB, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 0344 880 2666
DX:
707290 BIRMINGHAM 65
Web:
www.mills-reeve.com

Tim Winn

Tel:
Work 0121 456 8355
Email:
Mills & Reeve LLP

Work Department

Corporate and public law.

Position

Head of corporate and public law at Mills & Reeve in Birmingham. Specialises in corporate transactions and corporate governance, advising plcs, private companies, universities and public and private healthcare bodies. Experience includes the only private NHS franchising, the £435m public-to-private of McKechnie plc; the buyout, flotation and sale of ShareLink; and the only public offer made in Belgium by a UK company. Advised Imperial College London on establishment of the Imperial College London Diabetes Centre in Abu Dhabi. Currently advising on the first NHS foundation trust mergers and acquisitions.

Career

Rollit Farrell & Bladon 1982-87; Edge & Ellison 1987-98 (partner from 1988); partner Garretts 1998-2003; partner, Mills & Reeve 2003.

Member

Law Society; Birmingham Law Society.

Education

South Hunsley School; Anglia Ruskin University (1981 BA Hons).

Leisure

Music.


West Midlands: Public sector

Education

Within: Education

Mills & Reeve LLP has a strong reputation in handling employment, administrative, commercial and real estate matters, with clients that include Aston University, Birmingham City University and Coventry University. Employment specialist Nick Abbot heads the practice and recently advised Aylesbury College on its merger with Amersham & Wycombe College to become the Buckinghamshire Colleges Group. Public and administrative law specialist Richard Sykes is known for his ‘very impressive technical expertise in HE legal issues’ and advised Nottingham Trent University on its compliance with GDPR. Real estate specialist Christian Bull advised The University of Birmingham on its new exhibition venue at the Municipal Bank building in Birmingham. Associate Robbie Turner is also experienced in property matters. Construction specialist Stuart Pemble has ‘an acute concern to do the best for his clients while still being commercially pragmatic’. Tim Winn advised University of Nottingham on renewing its agreements with veterinary hospitals, zoos and placement providers. Helen Tringham  focuses on non-contentious matters and is ‘an extremely competent lawyer’ with 'an articulate and objective analysis on issues’.

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