Roger Hart > Addleshaw Goddard > Manchester, England > Lawyer Profile

Addleshaw Goddard
M2 3DE

Work Department

Corporate finance.


Specialises in a wide range of corporate finance advice and M&A transactions, and leads our relationship with some of our biggest household name clients. Advises a mix of listed and private companies and individuals on all aspects of company law and corporate finance, including M&A, takeovers, the Takeover Code, disposals, demergers, spin-outs, IPOs, fundraisings, group reorganisations and financial restructurings, capital reductions, joint ventures, corporate constitutional matters, shareholder agreements, directors’ responsibilities and governance issues, including the UKLA’s Listing Rules, Market Abuse Regulation, Prospectus Rules, Disclosure Guidance and Transparency Rules and the AIM Rules. He leads our relationship with and advises Dixons Carphone, BT,, Speedy Hire, JD Sports, Norcros, The Hut, My Dentist, Boohoo, Arrow Global, Radius Payment Solutions, B&M Retail, Fircroft, Travel Counsellors and Victrex.


Trained Addleshaw Sons and Latham; qualified 1996; partner 2005.


St James’ C of E Comprehensive, Bolton (1982-87); North Bolton Sixth Forn College (1987-89); University College, London (1992 LLB).


Football (Bolton Wanderers FC), skiing, cricket, travel, wine.

Lawyer Rankings

North West > Corporate and commercial > Corporate and commercial: Manchester

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Roger Hart

Addleshaw Goddard

Addleshaw Goddard ‘s team handles M&A, cross-border transactions, equity capital markets, private equity, corporate real estate deals and IPOs. Paul Medlicott heads the team and represents private equity investors, sellers and management teams, acting for many private equity houses in the North West. The ‘unflappable’ Andrew Green acts on corporate transactions and also focuses on private equity, meanwhile the ‘exceptional and hands-on’ Roger Hart and managing associate George Danczak  are also recommended. Michael Birchall and legal director Jamie Partridge both left the firm for Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP.