Corporate & Commercial Law - Associate Solicitor
Peter is an Associate Solicitor in the Corporate and Commercial department and deals with all types of commercial contract including terms and conditions of business, distribution agreements and subcontracting. He also specialises in providing data protection advice.
Having grown up in St Albans, attending Beaumont School, Peter studied Law at Nottingham Trent University before completing his LPC at Nottingham Law School.
He made the short move from his childhood county of Hertfordshire to Bedfordshire, joining Taylor Walton as a paralegal in 1999 before commencing his training contract with the firm in 2000. Having completing his training contract, Peter qualified into the Corporate and Commercial department, where he worked until 2007.
After a period in the public sector teaching secondary school students, Peter returned to the firm and to the Corporate and Commercial department in 2017.
During his time at Taylor Walton, Peter has advised upon a range of business to business contracts and consumer contracts in both the private and the public sector and has assisted clients regarding intellectual property matters.
With the widespread impact on businesses of the General Data Protection Regulation in May 2018, Peter has become an expert in this field and is able to assist businesses with all aspects of compliance regarding data protection matters in order to ensure that Taylor Walton’s clients are able to collect and process data lawfully, fairly and transparently.
Peter has also been responsible for advising upon all aspects corporate and banking transaction and commercial projects. He gained extensive experience leading mergers and acquisitions, including management buy outs and multi-million pound transactions, for a wide range of businesses.
He provided advice regarding business sale and purchase agreements, stock transfer agreements, non-disclosure agreements, exclusivity agreements, shareholder agreements, partnership agreements and all other key corporate documentation.