At Lupton Fawcett, our corporate solicitors aim to provide the best possible service by working hard to understand your business so we can help you achieve your goals. We understand that issues can arise at any moment, so that’s why we are committed to being available whenever you and your business might need us.

To speak to one of our corporate solicitors, get in touch with our Yorkshire-based team today. You can either call us on 0333 323 5292 or fill in our online form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Areas of expertise

Our established team has extensive experience on a number of corporate issues, including:

How Lupton Fawcett Can Help

The corporate law team provides a service that is tailored to the needs of you and your businesses. We understand that starting, buying or selling a business is an incredibly complex process, which is why we will be with you every step of the way to ensure you have a full understanding of your options.

Our flexible approach has recently been highly praised in the leading law firm directory Chambers and Partners, who said:

“This proactive and supporting team has been involved in a number of high-profile regional deals. It has particular experience in the healthcare market, company reorganisations and in dealing with information memoranda for collective investment schemes.”

To read about how we have helped businesses with corporate law matters, take a look at our news section.

Contact us for help

For advice on all aspects of corporate law, talk to our solicitors based in Sheffield, Leeds and York by using the details on the enquiry form.

Lupton Fawcett grow Corporate Finance team in York

Lupton Fawcett grow Corporate Finance team in York

Corporate Finance solicitor recruited to strengthen busy York office.

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Lupton Fawcett advises Sheffield group as it strengthens operations with company purchases

Lupton Fawcett advises Sheffield group as it strengthens operations with company purchases

Sheffield-based, Atlas North Holdings, which owns Pneumatic & Hydraulic Couplings Ltd (PHC), has bought complimentary businesses, AirCat Limited and Special Air Services Limited for an undisclosed sum, with legal advice from Lupton Fawcett.

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Leeds-based Smart Buildings Ltd acquired by leading energy and services company, ENGIE

Leeds-based Smart Buildings Limited, a company that specialises in smart buildings solutions has been acquired by ENGIE, the leading energy, services and regeneration group.

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Lupton Fawcett advises ICS Media Group on acquisition by Racing Post

Leeds-based ICS Media Group, a multimedia content provider and digital market agency specialising in sports and gaming, has been acquired by Racing Post for an undisclosed sum with advice from Lupton Fawcett.

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Events Solution Ltd acquired by Arena Events Group plc with advice from Lupton Fawcett

Events Solution Ltd acquired by Arena Events Group plc with advice from Lupton Fawcett

Arena Events Group plc, a global events company, has acquired Sheffield-based Events Solution Limited from its remaining co-founder, Richard Herberts with advice from Lupton Fawcett.

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Lupton Fawcett Strengthens its Tax Team

Lupton Fawcett Strengthens its Tax Team

Sheffield-born tax specialist, Sarah Illidge has moved back to the city to join law firm, Lupton Fawcett as a senior solicitor.

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Lupton Fawcett’s Sheffield Corporate Team helps add Smyle to Rockpool Investments

Lupton Fawcett’s Sheffield Corporate Team helps add Smyle to Rockpool Investments

Rockpool has announced its investment into Smyle, the winner of UK Event Agency of the Year a record four times in the last decade.

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Lupton Fawcett advises on MBO at long established family engineering firm in Rotherham

Peter Lilleker, managing director of Rotherham-based Lilleson Engineering Services Ltd, together with his wife and business partner, Carol Lilleker, have sold the company to long-serving employee Tony Wade and his partner, Julie Mitchell.

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Wakefield Tyre Company Completes Management Buy Out

Wakefield-based Top Treads, which wholesales retread commercial tyres for local councils, international fleets and owner-operators across the North of England, has completed a management buy out.

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‘Rising star’ heads up Banking Division at Lupton Fawcett

‘Rising star’ heads up Banking Division at Lupton Fawcett

Michael Kidd has been appointed as a director of Leeds, Sheffield and York law firm Lupton Fawcett, to head up its Banking & Finance department.

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Children's play area operator expands into nursery care with help from Lupton Fawcett

Children’s play area operator expands into nursery care with help from Lupton Fawcett

Dr Sipra Deb, who set up the successful ‘Play Arena’ in Sheffield in 2011, is branching out into child care having purchased Wickersley Nursery Limited in Rotherham for an undisclosed sum.

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Lupton Fawcett advises York-based Agility Multichannel on its acquisition by multinational Magnitude Software

Lupton Fawcett advises York-based Agility Multichannel on its acquisition by multinational company

York-based Agility Multichannel, which also has offices in the US and Sweden, has been acquired by US-based technology group, Magnitude Software, Inc.

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