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Mills Selig appoints new managing and senior partners

Photographed: John Kearns, Senior Partner (Mills Selig) and Chris Guy, Managing Partner (Mills Selig)

Mills Selig has appointed Chris Guy as Managing Partner and John Kearns as Senior Partner 

Mills Selig, a leading corporate and commercial law firm in Northern Ireland, has announced that Chris Guy will become the firm’s Managing Partner and John Kearns will take on the new role of Senior Partner from 1 December 2020.

In a joint statement, Chris Guy and John Kearns said: 

“We are delighted to be taking on our new roles within the firm and the focus is very much ‘business as usual’ at Mills Selig. We will continue to support our clients with exceptional legal services to ensure that Mills Selig remains the go-to law firm in Northern Ireland for high value, complex work.”

Chris Guy is one of the leading corporate lawyers in Northern Ireland, specialising in high-value and complex M&A and private equity transactions. As head of the Corporate team at Mills Selig, he brings significant value by managing major projects and problem solving to resolve issues and deliver the right outcome for clients. Chris’ recent landmark transactions include; advising shareholders of Novosco Group on the sale of the company to CANCOM Ltd and advising Bamford Bus Company on the acquisition of the Wrightbus business out of administration.

John Kearns has an extensive corporate law and restructuring practice, acting in company receiverships, liquidations, voluntary arrangements and administrations. Over his 20 years in this field John has been involved in landmark cases that are fundamental to Insolvency Law in the jurisdiction. John also has a substantial corporate law practice including acting for First Derivatives PLC in the acquisition of KX Systems Inc. (California based software company) for an aggregate consideration in excess of $100 million.

Source: Press Release

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