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Helen Howes

Helen Howes LLM

Trainee solicitor

I am a trainee solicitor, currently assisting the corporate and commercial team advising organisations on corporate re-organisations, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and commercial contracts and GDPR.

My previous seat was in employment law. Prior to this seat, I worked for several years as a paralegal, assisting our employment team with drafting employment policies, contracts and tribunal preparation.

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Key skills

Mergers & acquisitions
Restructures & re-organisations
Due diligence
Company incorporation
Directors’ duties
Personal guarantees
Business transfers and TUPE

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Experience highlights

My experience includes:

  • Assisting the corporate team on several multi-million-pound deals, working with them on due diligence and drafting key documents
  • Securing sponsor licence for UK entity of top ten global energy gas and construction company
  • Securing sponsor licence for UK entity of technology company which partners large broadcasters such as Time Warner and Disney and other London-based media firms
  • Assisting the employment law team in successfully appealing a decision at the Employment Appeal Tribunal.
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  • "My experiences with Matthew Clayton & Helen Howes have been the best - I would recommend them without second thought. Their professionalism, knowledge and attention to detail meant their support and advice was always helpful, and as such improved both the process and the outcome."
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