Greenberg Traurig London is a different kind of law firm. Our lawyers are united by a spirit of innovation, not bound by tradition.
Our strong entrepreneurial culture means that we listen to our clients’ needs and respond, swiftly and effectively. We put together the right team of lawyers to help with each unique challenge and opportunity, delivering tailored, commercial, senior-led legal advice that makes the best business sense for our clients.
Built from the ground up, lawyer by lawyer, our rapidly growing team is here to help our clients’ businesses.
We help UK and international clients in many different sectors on a range of matters across the legal spectrum, drawing also on the global resources and reach of Greenberg Traurig, one of the world’s largest law firms.
In short, Greenberg Traurig Maher has forged a reputation on high-value deals and projects. The London team provides legal services with clarity, efficiency, cost certainty and, above all, without ever losing sight of clients’ commercial objectives. Recognised for providing trusted legal advice, our team of lawyers is consistently ranked by Chambers and Partners and Legal 500.
|Paul Maher serves as a Vice Chair of Greenberg Traurig. He concentrates on corporate law, particularly cross-border public and private mergers and acquisitions. He advises a wide range of domestic and international clients in numerous sectors, including chemicals, pharmaceuticals, life sciences, financial services, information services, retail and communications.|
|Fiona Adams is the Managing Shareholder of the London office and the Co-Chair of the Global Corporate Practice. She primarily represents corporate clients, focusing her practice on mergers and acquisitions, and other transactional matters. Her work spans a range of industries, including pharmaceuticals, financial institutions, media and retail. Fiona has broad experience working on large, complex cross-border transactions.|
|Andrew Caunt is experienced in advising issuers and underwriters in capital markets transactions with particular emphasis on equity offerings across both developed and emerging markets. Andrew’s experience includes IPOs on the main market of the London Stock Exchange and AIM as well as other stock exchanges throughout the world, secondary offerings, private placements (including into the United States under Rule 144A) and quick to market transactions.|
|Gary Cooper primarily represents corporate clients, focusing on mergers and acquisitions and other transactional matters. His work spans a range of industries, including chemicals, agribusiness, real estate, media and entertainment. Gary has broad experience of leading large, complex cross-border transactions.|
|Kate Eades focuses on cross-border and domestic mergers and acquisitions and corporate finance transactions. Her work spans a range of industries including pharmaceuticals and biotechnology, mining and business services.|
|Naomi Feinstein has more than 30 years of experience dealing with all aspects of employment law, both contentious and non-contentious, including transactional work. She has particular experience advising on employment issues arising from mergers and acquisitions (including coordinating employment advice on cross-border sales and acquisitions) and on the employment aspects of business restructurings and reorganisations. Naomi provides day-to-day employment advice to clients across a wide-range of sectors, including banking and financial services, insurance, commerce, manufacturing and retail.|
|Dorothee Fischer-Appelt is a New York and English-qualified shareholder with 20 years’ experience in international capital markets and M&A transactions. She represents companies, financial institutions and selling shareholders in connection with international equity and debt capital markets transactions, including IPOs, secondary equity offerings, structured equity offerings, convertibles, warrants, block trades, high yield offerings, Rule 144A debt offerings, covered bonds, exchange offers and consent solicitations.|
|Stephen J. Horvath III focuses his practice on cross-border mergers and acquisitions, corporate and project finance, and privatization transactions. He has a broad range of experience in the financial institutions, telecommunications, media, energy and consumer goods sectors. Stephen has been responsible for several ground-breaking acquisitions, finance and privatization transactions in the emerging markets of Central and Eastern Europe.|
|Graham Iversen is Co-Chair of the Global Tax Practice and focuses his practice on corporate tax matters, including mergers and acquisitions, private equity transactions, joint ventures, partnerships, corporate restructurings, debt and equity finance, derivatives, structured investments, real estate and tax disputes.|
|Emma L. Menzies focuses her practice on all types of finance, including general syndicated lending, leveraged finance, project finance and restructurings and workouts. Emma has acted for a wide range of financial institutions, creditor groups, borrowers and other stakeholders.|
|James Mountain is experienced in advising issuers and underwriters in capital markets transactions, with particular emphasis on equity offerings across both developed and emerging markets. James’ experience includes IPOs on the main market of the London Stock Exchange and AIM as well as other stock exchanges throughout the world, secondary offerings, private placements (including into the United States under Rule 144A) and quick to market transactions.|
|Lisa Navarro advises on the application of UK and EU competition and regulatory law, supporting clients in relation to compliance, commercial arrangements, supply chain management, and dispute resolution. Lisa also advises on international merger control issues, having helped clients to obtain clearances for transactions in various jurisdictions worldwide, including the UK.|
|Gillian Sproul focuses her practice on advising clients on the impact of EU and UK competition law on their transactions, operations and business strategy. She represents clients in cartel and abuse of dominance cases, energy regulatory investigations and market inquiries before the EU and UK regulators and courts and has obtained EU, UK and other national clearances for numerous complex M&A and joint venture transactions. Her experience extends also to advising clients on competitor co-operation and information exchange, distribution and licensing and compliance.|
|Henrietta Walker focuses on transactional and commercial advice for corporate clients. Henrietta has particular experience of cross-border transactions across a range of industries, including food, pharmaceuticals, chemicals and financial services.|
Tim Webb’s practice is focused on real estate private equity funds, institutional investment and development, with 25 years’ experience advising multinationals, local real estate companies and family offices on projects in the UK, Western Europe, CEE, SE Asia, Brazil and China.
Joel Wheeler focuses his practice on a wide range of corporate and associated commercial matters, including public and private mergers and acquisitions, private equity transactions, debt and equity capital market offerings, and corporate restructurings. Joel has advised clients on a large number of cross border transactions, including those involving the United States, Kazakhstan, Russia, Ukraine, Kurdistan, China and Cambodia.