Edward’s primary practice is M&A, but he also has considerable experience in other corporate transactions and documents. He undertakes significant large and complicated cross-border transactions and is very experienced in deals involving SaaS and not for profit businesses. As well as corporates, he regularly advises financial institutions, small VCs/PE houses, HNWI and particularly management teams in relation to primary or secondary buy outs.
Edward is a corporate partner in the Milton Keynes office responsible for growing the firm’s international reputation and reach.
- 2016 - Present: Howes Percival LLP, Partner
- 1998 - 2016: Linnells (now Blake Morgan), Partner
- 1992 - 1998: Blaser Mills, Partner
- 1987 - 1992: Blaser Mills, Solicitor
- 1985 - 1987: Blaser Mills, Trained and Qualified
Edward Lee of Howes Percival LLP is highly esteemed for his work involving domestic and cross-border transactions in the technology, motoring and real estate industries. A client comments: "I find him very easy to work with, highly knowledgeable and pragmatic on the best way to achieve the results a client is looking for."
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