Dominic Conlon, Partner & Head of Corporate, Leman
Dominic is head of Leman's Corporate Department. He advises on mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, corporate finance, venture capital and private equity, corporate restructuring, corporate governance, IT contracts, outsourcings and general commercial matters. He has advised many of Irelands largest financial institutions, corporates and technology companies. Dominic has a particular interest and expertise advising clients in the Payments space, working on some of the most interesting payments deals which have taken place in Ireland over the last 18 years.
A graduate of Trinity College Dublin, Dominic practiced for 15 years, 8 as partner in the corporate department of A&L Goodbody, a leading Irish commercial firm, before spending 3 years as head of international firm Walkers Irish corporate department. Dominic has been published, and has lectured, on many of the above topics.
Tracey Ginn, Partner, MBM Commercial
Tracey has over 25 years of experience as a corporate and business lawyer in both the UK and the US. Tracey heads up MBM's USA practice, being an attorney and active member of the State Bar of California as a well as a solicitor. In addition to UK corporate investment and M+A work, Tracey’s practice area includes advising on US corporate and commercial transactions, advising on transactions between UK/European businesses and US entities including investment rounds, joint ventures and the establishment, capital structure and shareholding arrangements of US entities and advising high growth/tech companies through all phases of growth and across a range of sectors including IT, life sciences, healthcare and e-commerce. Her key clients include UK businesses with US operations, SMEs and high growth technology companies. Having lived and worked in California for 14 years before joining MBM in August 2016, Tracey retains strong links with her US clients and her US legal networks.
During her years of practice, Tracey has developed significant deal experience and works efficiently and effectively alongside clients to navigate the legal process and negotiate on their behalf, always aiming to meet the clients’ goals. Tracey advises businesses on the variety of legal issues that arise in the course of doing business. Her broad experience includes working with many industries and types of business in both the UK and the US and advising on novel and complex structures. This experience is very useful in helping clients meet the changing needs of the marketplace.
Stuart Hendry, Senior Partner and Founder, MBM Commercial
Stuart is an award winning lawyer, a co-founder of the firm and became its Senior Partner on its tenth anniversary in 2015. Stuart is actively involved with client work at MBM Commercial and divides his time between his Scottish and London client bases. Acting as legal adviser to numerous investors, technology companies, entrepreneurs and business owners, Stuart regularly deals with a wide range of corporate, corporate finance and M&A deals. He is often retained to help clients plan ahead for specific events, such as a major funding round or company sale. Stuart is regularly involved in deals involving VC funds, mezzanine debt providers, overseas acquirers, trade investors, business angel syndicates and academic institutions.
Bryan Shaw, Partner, MBM Commercial
Bryan joined MBM in 2020 as a Corporate Partner based in the firm's London office. Bryan regularly advises entrepreneurs, scale-ups/fast growing companies (usually in the Tech/Digital or Financial Services Sectors) and investors along the equity fundraising journey through to exit. Bryan also advises a range of corporate clients in various M&A, private equity (PE) and venture capital (VC) transactions. Bryan has a diverse background, as a dual-qualified solicitor (England & Wales and Australia) and a range of experiences from working for multinational institutions to boutique specialist law firms. Bryan's clients say he is "commercially minded" and "provides practical and innovative solutions to complex problems whilst always being mindful of the bigger picture". Bryan also spends time at various co-working spaces in and around London to be at the coal face of the industry.