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Browne Jacobson advises on successful Majesticare re-organisation

23 April 2014

Browne Jacobson has advised new client Majesticare on a major re-organisation and re-structuring of the business.

Majesticare is a privately owned care group that specialises in providing residential, nursing and dementia care for the elderly through its network of nine luxury care homes across the UK.

The Browne Jacobson team was led by Head of Commercial Health Oliver Pritchard, assisted by lawyers Tina Robinson (Birmingham) and Emma Reid (Nottingham).

Oliver Pritchard, Head of Commercial Health, said:

"We were delighted to successfully complete this highly complex group reorganisation for Majesticare. The work over many months involved a multi-disciplinary legal team spanning our two Midlands offices, specialising in corporate finance, commercial health, property and tax all working in unison."

Steve Oakes, Finance Director for Majesticare added: "The team at Browne Jacobson provided the commercial experience, project management, leadership and flexibility needed to ensure the re-organisation met the evolving needs of the business."


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