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Martyn Brierley is a leading individual for corporate transactions with a well-deserved reputation for working tirelessly towards achieving the best outcome for his clients.

Advising businesses of all sizes, from owner-managed to international listed companies, Martyn’s in-depth legal knowledge of a wide range of corporate matters, including acquisitions, disposals and mergers, as well as drafting and negotiating joint ventures, lending and security agreements, is highly sought after in the Midlands.

Martyn is known for his ability to quickly identify any key issues that are likely to arise in a transaction, providing innovative solutions to promptly deal with them. This approach is greatly appreciated by his clients in what is often a very time-sensitive situation.

The Legal 500 UK 2022 comments:

“Head of department Martyn Brierley is brilliant, straight talking and humble, very hard working.”

“We found the whole process collaborative and manageable with good clear guidance from Martyn. Nothing was to much trouble, we were informed of all changes and any requests for information. We would not have achieved the deadlines without his input and guidance.”

Chambers UK 2022 comments:

“Martyn is excellent – friendly and clear with instruction. He is great to work with, understands our business in depth and knows our priorities and concerns.”

Martyn frequently acts for a number of large property developers, advising on high-value and complex property development joint ventures throughout the country.

Additionally, he also has extensive experience of advising institutional banks on their lending and security arrangements as part of their funding of corporate transactions, such as management buy-outs and other deal structures.

Martyn completed his Bachelor of Laws at Nottingham Trent University and his Legal Practice Course at Nottingham Law School.

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