Castle Square Corporate Finance advised Staffordshire based legal advisory firm, Dutton Law Ltd, on its sale to one of the potteries leading law firms Grindey’s LLP, who operate from three separate offices each based in the Stoke-On-Trent area.
Dutton Law Ltd provide expert legal advice on personal injury and professional negligence cases, predominantly gaining recognition for expertise medical negligence cases, priding itself on providing a high quality reliable service to all clients.
The acquiring firm Grindey’s have a vastly experienced team within their personal injury division and were delighted to be acquiring the files from such a well-known and reputable firm Dutton Law.
Over the years, Dutton Law has acted for a number of well-known figures and in the process established a strong reputation in Staffordshire and also further afield. Managing Director Russell Dutton said,
“We were guided through the sale process very diligently, with our advisors being and liaison between all parties at all times".
Sheffield based deal making firm Castle Square Corporate Finance, led by Patrick Lynch, advised Dutton Law throughout the sale process, initially marketing the business for sale and finding an appropriate acquirer before guiding the transaction through to successful completion. Patrick Lynch of Castle Square said,
“With strict compliance within the sector, there were a number of hurdles to overcome which between all professional advisors we managed successfully. We were delighted to have advised the company through the transaction and we wish Russell Dutton and his team all the best for the future.”
Lincolnshire based advisors Wilkin Chapman provided legal advice on the transaction, led by Russell Eke. Russell Eke of Wilkin Chapman said,
"Due to the enhanced regulatory regime of personal injury firms this was always going to be a challenge but fortunately due to both Russell's confidence in Castle Square and their ability to push the deal forward, we managed to exchange and complete within a reasonable time frame."