Chartered Legal Executive, Corporate Law
Sarah joined Fraser Brown in July 2017 with six years of paralegal experience, extending from an LLB Law Degree at Nottingham Trent University. Sarah qualified as a Chartered Legal Executive in the Corporate Team in July 2018, and deals with a range of business purchases and sales for national multi-unit franchisees.
Sarah's work covers the following areas:
- Company formations
- Share sales and acquisitions
- Business sales and acquisitions
- Agreements relating to the asset sales and purchases
- Shareholders agreements
- Unfair prejudice and shareholders disputes (pre-litigation)
- Corporate governance and directors duties
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