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Catherine Hendy

Associate

Catherine qualified as a solicitor in 2001 and joined Weightmans LLP as a solicitor in the corporate department in 2015 having previously worked at Field Fisher Waterhouse LLP (previously Heatons LLP). Catherine specialises in a broad range of corporate work including mergers, share and asset acquisitions and disposals, management buyouts and management buyins, debt and equity investment work, group reorganisations and restructures, shareholders agreements, joint ventures and general company and commercial advice. Catherine has acted for a broad range of clients including owner managed businesses, national and international corporate clients, institutional investors and management teams.

Specialties: Mergers and acquisitions, disposals, management buyouts and management buyins, debt and equity investment work, group reorganisations and restructures, shareholders agreements, joint ventures and general company and commercial advice.

Published

Insights Notice effective to exclude liability under the Misrepresentation Act 1967

The Court of Appeal has recently considered whether a bank was liable under the Misrepresentation Act 1967 for misrepresenting its financial position…

Insights Termination of a contract for repudiatory breach

The High Court has considered whether a party terminating a contract for repudiatory breach at common law must follow the contract's termination…

Insights Drafting and interpretation of indemnity clauses

It is an old legal adage that the courts will not rescue a party from a bad bargain. The courts do have the ability to interpret agreements in a…

Insights Compliance with notice provisions: pitfalls of an electronic era

Increasingly, businesses use email to conduct their day-to-day affairs, whereas their contracts require notice by fax or post but not email.