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Friday 26th April 2019 James Whiteley 

James Whiteley Joins JPC Law as Partner

We are delighted to welcome James Whiteley as a Partner to our Commercial Practice Group.

James has over 19 years of experience as a commercial property lawyer where he advises clients on acquisitions and disposals, development schemes, drafting and negotiating options, business lease renewals and dealing with general commercial landlord and tenant matters.

For corporate transactions, James also assists with matters containing a high degree of property involvement as well as with business sale agreements, joint ventures and shareholder protection, supply and distribution agreements.

James brings a wealth of expertise in all aspects of commercial property and corporate transactions which will enhance the team’s recognised profile within the sector.

James is thrilled to be joining the JPC Law’s Commercial Practice Group. He says of his work “I am passionate about helping clients identify problems and find solutions. I am thrilled to be joining a team dedicated to both commercial and corporate transactions. I am looking forward to contributing to the team’s work and making a real difference to our clients”.

Steven Porter, Partner and Head of Commercial Practice Group at JPC Law, says of the appointment “We are delighted James is joining the team. We look forward to the contribution his experience and skill set will bring to the team in order for us to continue to deliver the best results for our clients”.

Andrew Morgan, Partner and Head of Corporate/Commercial Department at JPC Law says, “I am delighted to welcome James to our team. His experience of more than 19 years, and his expertise in property transactions involving corporate matters will compliment and enhance what we do”.

For more information on JPC Law’s Commercial Practice Group services, please click here.


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