Advises on company sales and acquisitions as well as a broad and diverse range of corporate day to day matters including investments, reorganisations and shareholder arrangements.

Justine advises private companies on a broad range of corporate and corporate finance matters including sales and acquisitions and a broad and diverse range of corporate day to day matters including investments, reorganisations, shareholder and joint venture arrangements. She also advises a number of high profile banks on the corporate aspects of their client’s acquisitions and advises banks in the asset based lending sector.

Work highlights


Advising one of the leading UK groups who provide medical reporting, screening, rehabilitation and diagnostic services to the personal injury claims market on a series of eight acquisitions over the prior seven years as well as its other corporate activities.


Acting for a leading English wine producer in relation to an investment by a third-party private investor and buy out of minority shareholders.


Advising an overseas based bank in connection with the provision of invoice financing facilities to their UK clients, advising on over 15 transactions and creating bespoke documentation.


Advising shareholders on the sale of their payments enablement and software company to a Nasdaq listed US group.

Recent articles


Five reasons why your company should have a Shareholders’ Agreement

Kay Miles illustrates why having a shareholders' agreement can be invaluable in protecting shareholders and ensuring the smooth running of the business.



Corporate Commentary – Things to know to get the money to grow

Episode 11 of Corporate Commentary in which Mark Diamond, Partner in the Corporate Team, gives advice on things to know to get the money to grow in your business.



Corporate leadership in addressing modern slavery risk

In this episode, we delve into the pressing issue of modern slavery and the broader context of ESG for organisations.



Getting your business ready for sale or investment – are you ready?

Kay Miles explains how early and regular business reviews can maximise value, minimise issues, and ensure your business is ready for the scrutiny of potential buyers or investors.