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Stephenson Harwood

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1 FINSBURY CIRCUS, LONDON, EC2M 7SH, ENGLAND
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Work 020 7329 4422
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Anthony Clare

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Stephenson Harwood

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Corporate

Position

Anthony is a corporate partner specialising in M&A and corporate finance. He covers a range of sectors, with particular market recognition in life sciences and biotechnology.

Anthony advises on a wide range of corporate matters including M&A (public and private), joint ventures and equity capital markets. He has acted on over 20 IPOs in the London market, with a particular bias towards issuer-side mandates. He is well known in the biotech industry, and serves as the deputy chair of the Babraham Institute, Cambridge – one of Europe’s leading bioscience research institutes.

Anthony is named as a 'star' in the corporate section of the 2015 edition of LMG Life Sciences and listed in the Top 50 European M&A lawyers 2014 by Global M&A Network (EMEA).


London: TMT (technology, media and telecoms)

Pharmaceuticals and biotechnology

Within: Pharmaceuticals and biotechnology

Stephenson Harwood serves a range of pharma, biotech and healthcare clients, including startups, with a comprehensive range of expertise. This includes corporate and commercial; Andrew Edge has advised a number of major players in the sector on mergers, acquisitions and IPOs and Anthony Clare also advises on commercial and funding mandates.  Alexandra Pygall 'provides the highest quality advice' to her clients on all aspects of IP commercialisation including licensing and collaboration deals and routinely assists on the IP aspects of M&A. 'Excellent advisor' Rob Jacob also specialises in all aspects of IP advisory and contentious cases.

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Stephenson Harwood

  • Companies should plan now to minimise their pension protection levy

    The amount that pension schemes have to pay to the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) for the year 2006/07 may have increased by as much as five times the previous year's levy. Employers who ultimately bear the cost of many pension schemes will need to make plans now to ensure the levy payable for the year 2008/09 is kept to a minimum.
    - Stephenson Harwood

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