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Baker McKenzie, Jo Hewitt, London, ENGLAND

Jo Hewitt

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Work +44 20 7919 1597
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Baker McKenzie LLP

Work Department

Mergers & Acquisitions

Position

Jo Hewitt is a partner in the Corporate Department of Baker McKenzie London, and advises clients on a wide range of corporate law matters. Jo's focus is advising multinational groups on the structuring, implementation and management of complex corporate reorganisation projects including post-acquisition integrations, supply chain restructurings and business carve outs. Jo's practice also encompasses general company law advisory work for private companies.

Career

Admitted 2004, England & Wales; Joined Baker McKenzie in 2016; Part of a dedicated team in London focused on international reorganisations and business transformation projects.

Languages

English; French

Member

Law Society of England & Wales

Education

B.P.P. Law School (Legal Practice Course) (2002); B.P.P. Law School (Post Graduate Diploma Law) (2001); Oxford University (Hertford College) (B.A. English and Modern Languages Honors) (1998)

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