TSP’s multi-disciplinary team were able to provide a seamless, expert and sensitive service to a farming family with a farming company and a mixture of residential and agricultural property.
Gilbert Green leads a multi-disciplinary team which has provided advice to a leading farming family on the sale of land for development, the purchase of new land and the efficient structuring of their existing holdings.
Penelope Edgar acted on the sale of three lots of former agricultural land. The sale was both complex and sensitive as the family had grown up on the land and were sad to lose it.
Penelope Edgar negotiated the sale of the last of a family’s land to their commercial tenant. The deal included overage provisions to ensure that our clients will receive a share in the event that the land is developed in future.
Sue Lister worked to a tight deadline to prepare complex documentation in support of our client’s commercial deal. Her approach ensured everything completed on time.
Our client is a multi-temperature warehousing and logistics business and provides integrated supply chain solutions for local, regional and national companies in the UK.
Our client sources nuts and seeds from around the world and is one of the leading UK-based nuts and seeds processors.
Our client is a world wide supplier of geophysical products and services, including software and the manufacture of geotechnical marine equipment.
Our client owned a pub in the heart of the Worcester countryside, which he wished to sell as a going concern.
Our client is a multi-functional construction organisation, working within the reinstatement and building sectors. We were instructed to advise on the acquisition of the assets of a recycling plant.
Thomson Snell & Passmore has recently advised a seller on the sale of his mobile phone retail business.
Advice on Trademark licenses
Advice on Intellectual Property licensing issues related to insolvency
Advice on licensing plant varieties in the UK
Thomson Snell & Passmore acted for the shareholders of a longstanding client of the firm, Hitec (Laboratories) Limited, a company which specialises in risk solution applications and information management, in the sale of the entire share capital of their company to Mitratech Inc.
During 2016, Thomson Snell & Passmore acted for a longstanding client of the firm, Nurture Landscapes Holdings Limited, in respect of three acquisitions.
Thomson Snell & Passmore acted for the shareholders of Pure Asphalt Company Limited in relation to the sale of their shares in the company to IKO. Nick Gabay, a Partner in the Corporate & Commercial Team, led on the transaction.
Thomson Snell & Passmore acted for Fox Print Services (Tunbridge Wells) Limited in relation to its acquisition of the entire issued share capital in Mastercolour Plc. Nick Gabay, a Partner in the Corporate & Commercial Team, led on the transaction.
Thomson Snell & Passmore acted for Stream Publishing Limited in relation to its acquisition of Attitude Media Limited. Nick Gabay, a Partner in the Corporate & Commercial Team, led on the transaction.
Advising Parcel ABC Limited on their start-up and trading terms
We acted for the shareholders of Liz Dove Limited in relation to the sale of that company to Cook Trading Limited.
Thomson Snell & Passmore advises Centron Diagnostics Limited on its technology sale to international US company
Thomson Snell & Passmore has advised Centron Diagnostics Ltd, a spin-out company from King's College London, in relation to the sale of its central blood pressure monitoring technology and assets to SunTech Medical Inc, a global leader in clinical-grade, non-invasive blood pressure measurement solutions.
Thomson Snell & Passmore advises global tea giant on strategic international acquisition.
Thomson Snell & Passmore has helped a leading wholesale refrigeration company with the acquisition of a competitor based in Buckinghamshire.
A manufacturer of industrial vehicles instructed our Dispute Resolution team to help terminate a contract it had made with another company to co-design and build 250 industrial vehicles.
We were recently instructed to act for software development company, to defend the alleged infringement of another company’s intellectual property rights.
Our Dispute Resolution Team was instructed to defend a £1m claim for alleged breach of a packing supply contract.
An international distributor of racing cars instructed our Dispute Resolution Team to pursue a claim in the High Court in London, concerning its distribution agreement with the UK manufacturer.
We acted for a company that designs, manufactures and supplies electrical equipment and components around the world, in connection with the alleged supply of a defective product to an oil rig.
We were instructed in relation to a trade mark dispute by a fashion house, which designs and sells bespoke menswear.
Our US-based client has substantial farming operations in California, Texas and Florida. Our client had identified an opportunity to work with a UK grower to produce celery in both the UK and Spain.
Our client owns and operates 15 care homes throughout Kent and the South East and required us to prepare new terms and conditions of residence for its 3000 care home residents.
We acted for an events management company and prepared their standard terms and conditions.
Our client supplies and installs air and water valves. Our client had existing terms and conditions but had encountered difficulties with enforcing the retention of title provisions.
Our client had been approached by the owner of a patent which related to golf equipment and, following their initial discussions, our client identified an opportunity for it to exploit the patent commercially by manufacturing and distributing a new golf-related product.
Our client had developed the recipe for a new type of sauce or condiment. Our client’s sister company had already successful exploited the sauce in the US and was looking to manufacture and supply the sauce in the UK.
Our client supplies plant-based products and, working in collaboration with a research group at a University, our client was looking to develop new products for commercial exploitation.
Thomson Snell & Passmore advised SC Motor Factors Limited in relation to a significant private equity investment from HgCapital.
Thomson Snell & Passmore advised Business Seminars International Limited (BSI) on the sale of its business to Wolters Kluwer, the leading provider of information, research and software tools in the global tax and accounting arena.