Tom Webb

Partner and Head of Department Corporate Commercial | Bath
Direct: 01225 750003
Office: 01225 750000
Mob: 07971 871232

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I am a Partner and Head of Corporate Commercial team.

I specialise in transactional work, largely for private companies and typically for entrepreneurial businesses, and enjoy assisting clients with strategic acquisitions and successful exits. I pride myself on being easily accessible and providing down-to-earth sound commercial advice, with none of the jargon and pompousness often associated with the legal profession. I have many long-term clients where I act as the company solicitor, and I always to seek to obtain “trusted advisor” status with my clients where possible.

Away from the office sport has always played a large part in my personal life. I now watch rather than play rugby but still enjoy cycling, golf and skiing despite being awful at all three. My young family also keep me busy.

 

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