Nicholas was formerly a partner and corporate team leader at a national practice. Nicholas advises on all areas of corporate and commercial law including mergers and acquisitions, venture capital work, shareholder and investment agreements. He has particular experience and expertise in the professional services sector, being a member of the Association of Partnership Practitioners and advises a number of practices on partnership and LLP matters. Chambers & Partners said: “Clients value Nicholas Fielden for his hands-on approach and clear, concise and to-the-point advice”. The Legal 500 described Nicholas as having “commercial experience befitting a former City-based partner”. Fielden Marshall Glover Strutt’s client base includes corporates, investors and entrepreneurs and the team has experience across the retail, distribution, media, manufacturing and pharma sectors. M&A, venture capital work, shareholder and investment agreements are key areas of expertise. Nicholas Fielden heads the corporate and M&A team.
Nicholas is a commercial litigator known for his straight-talking commercial approach. Nicholas is often called on to use his international and multi-disciplinary dispute experience to leverage his clients’ negotiating positions ensuring that the risks involved in litigation are minimised and the most positive outcomes are delivered. Chambers and Partners and the Legal 500 recommend Nicholas for disputes in the transport and logistics sector. Chamber notes he is “skilled at advising on disputes with the HMRC”.
David is recognised for his experience in regulatory law, representing clients on compliance matters at public inquiries and in the magistrates and appeal courts. Chambers UK states David is ‘“experienced in his field and totally dependable for issues relating to legal compliance in the road transport operations sector,” report clients. He is also often sought after by clients for representation in public inquiries and the criminal courts’. “David advises clients in the UK and overseas on all aspects of transport law”.
Christopher advises on all types of non-contentious and contentious employment issues, including disciplinary and dismissal matters, contracts, policies and procedures, redundancy matters, TUPE issues and tribunal work. Christopher heads the Employer Protection Scheme which provides protection against employment claims. Christopher also advises on corporate law matters and the buying and selling of businesses. Christopher is said by his clients to be “an excellent adviser with enviable technical knowledge”.