Peter Abel

Associate

Corporate Law


Peter Abel

Associate, Corporate Law

Peter joined Fraser Brown in September 2014 as a newly qualified solicitor, following completion of his training contract with Shoosmiths LLP. He supports corporate partners Gavin White and Tom Gray with a range of transactions, including:

  • Share acquisitions and disposals
  • Business acquisitions and disposals
  • Banking and finance
  • Partnership matters

Peter also assists with the corporate aspects of franchising law.

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'Thank you so much. Your practical, experienced approach has certainly paid off and delivered success in challenging circumstances. You've been extremely proactive and have moved swiftly to provide a great service.'

Thank you both so much. Your practical, experienced approach has certainly paid off and delivered success in challenging circumstances. You’ve both been extremely proactive and have moved swiftly to provide a great service. If I can offer a testimonial or a review then please just let me know.

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