Henry gets to the core of our clients’ challenges and delivers advice that’s fuss-free and rooted in common sense. His no-nonsense approach recently helped the sale of one fintech business to a US private equity fund for $40m.
A qualified solicitor since 2010, the Legal 500 has described Henry as a “next generation partner” for three years in a row.
Henry Maples, Partner at Murrell Associates will be speaking at the University of Exeter’s Evolve Futures programme which is taking place on Wednesday 22nd November. It focuses on providing business support services and activities.
Murrell Associates, the corporate and commercial law firm is celebrating their strongest performance of their 15-year history in the latest edition of legal directory the Legal 500. Six of Murrells’ lawyers were ranked individually with Rebecca Anforth hitting the top spot, ranking as a Leading Individual for intellectual property advisors across the South West. […]
Murrell Associates is excited to announce our sponsorship of the Start Up Cornwall event, powered by Slush’D, taking place at Sailors Nightclub in Newquay on 14th September 2023.
Floating offshore wind turbines are located in areas where there is deeper water and higher winds than fixed wind turbine structures, enabling them to generate higher levels of power.
Luke joined Murrell Associates in November 2022 having previously worked for Nalders for 7 years, where he specialised in both corporate and employment law. Luke qualified as a Solicitor in September 2019 having completed a Law Degree, the Legal Practice Certificate and Professional Skills Course at the University of the West of England in Bristol.
A Cornwall-headquartered communications firm has been acquired by an expanding marketing agency as part of an “exciting new chapter” for the business as it continues its expansion.
Henry Maples from our Corporate team advised Cornish Fixings on their acquisition by the Independent Builders Merchant Group.
A shareholders’ agreement is a private contract between the shareholders and the company. It regulates the way in which the company is run and arrangements as between shareholders. Unlike a company’s articles of association, a shareholders’ agreement does not need to be filed with Companies House and is kept confidential.
It’s early Autumn in Truro. Sun streams in through the windows and the hubbub of Lemon Street murmurs below us. Lunch has arrived in the form of brown paper bag, perched in anticipation on the table, for inside is the latest offering from one of the South West’s fastest growing restaurants.
“Knowing that the legal side of our investment deal was taken care of has been a huge weight off our minds. We felt reassured by the level of detail Murrell Associates covered and we’re very grateful to have had them supporting us.”