The Law Commission is presently reviewing responses to its recent public consultation on the topic of wildlife management. A draft bill is expected in the middle part of 2014. [read more]9th May 2013
A BBC report published last week has highlighted that the number of legal disputes between parents residing in different countries has more than doubled in the last two years. [read more]9th May 2013
Until 1st September 2012, squatting in any type of building was a civil offence requiring recourse to the court in order to evict unwanted residents. [read more]
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“Understanding a client’s business is paramount”. Over the past 30 years at Gepp & Sons Neil has gained a diverse following of loyal commercial clients. “No two businesses are quite the same nor are the owner’s needs”.
Neil was admitted as a solicitor in 1979, practised in Cambridge for several years before joining Gepp & Sons in 1982 and became a partner in 1984. Since then he has focused almost exclusively on company/commercial law and commercial property work.
Working in tandem with Alexandra Dean (partner in our Employment Department) and other members of our Commercial Department, Neil deals with the setting up of new ventures, the purchase and sale of companies and business, providing an all round service from partnership and shareholder agreements via staff manuals and employment contracts to premises, including freehold and leasehold matters.
Neil also has a particular interest in the care sector, advising care home owners and assisting with the expansion of their businesses through mergers, acquisitions and refinancing. Neil advises a number of GP partnerships and other medical professionals. He also looks after the affairs of several local farming families.
Neil is the Firm’s Compliance Officer for Legal Practice (COLP) and takes a keen interest in maintaining and enhancing the Firm’s reputation for client care.
In his spare time Neil enjoys cycling, hill walking with his two dogs and attending classic car events in his old sports car.