Apart from wanting to put the world to rights, Richard became a lawyer because he can’t stand the sight of blood. He almost had to confront the latter fear when he came face to face with a rogue bull elephant whilst walking in the African jungle. Luckily he survived, and he can now more often be found engaging in the relatively less stressful activity of watching Arsenal.
Richard joined as a partner in JD Law’s Corporate & Commercial department in 2014 and joined Joelson upon merger in April 2016.
Richard provides comprehensive advice on corporate and commercial law matters, where his expertise includes mergers and acquisitions, company reorganisations, franchising and working with owner-managed businesses and professional practices. He also advises on corporate finance issues.
Richard is experienced in working with national and international companies, including in Asia, Australasia, Europe, the Middle East and North America, and with clients with operations in a number of jurisdictions.
His expertise in this area includes multi-jurisdictional transactions involving sensitive and complex negotiations, such as acquisitions and cross-financing.
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“Joelson helped us at a crucial time in our business as we took on our first investors. They supported us with introductions, useful advice and made handling all the practicalities of relevant transactions very easy. They were friendly and easy to work with as they understand the nature of start-ups. We’ll continue working with them as we continue growing.”
Michael Dixon, Snact