We acted for a Newco pharmacy business in its share acquisition of an existing pharmacy business from multiple shareholders which was supported by bank funding.
Our Banking & Finance team acted for a housing developer on a land purchase that had to be structured in an unusual and inventive way. Our client (the “Purchaser”) entered into a land purchase contract in 2010 that obliged it to purchase land from a company (the “Seller”) in three phases; two phases had been completed already and the third constituted our transaction.
Mr B’s widow had previously consulted another firm of solicitors about pursuing a medical negligence claim against the hospital who treated her husband but they went into administration before they had submitted the claim. Therefore Mrs B approached us to represent her.
Our client’s position was that the deliverables worked on the representative hardware, whereas the development company said that when the software was used on the hardware at their office, there were coding errors.
Ms D had agreed that the surgeon could carry out a fusion operation if he discovered that, once the operation was underway, a discectomy operation was not appropriate. However, she did not agree to a fusion operation as an alternative to a discectomy because the correct equipment was missing.
Mr G had been treated at two NHS hospitals, neither of which had explained to Mr G or his wife that Bleomycin was a high risk drug with potentially severe side effects, one of which is Bleomycin Lung Toxicity, an uncommon but known respiratory complication of the drug. After the death of Mr G, his widow asked us to represent her in a claim for medical negligence against the hospital which treated her husband.
Following a face lift and blepharoplasty, Mrs Richman, rather than celebrating her new look, was left with the shattering realisation that the surgery had not been carried out correctly leaving her with necrosis (premature death of skin cells) to her lower, left cheek resulting in considerable scarring on the area around her jaw.
We acted for Mrs F who was the widow and administratrix of the estate of her deceased husband who died in an accident at work in 2013.
The recent court of appeal decision in the case of R (on the application of Redrow Homes Ltd) v Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council (Redrow) was clearly not good news for developers,.
Clinical negligence solicitor Jeanette Whyman advised on the tragic case of Stephanie Bell who starved to death after a routine operation.