Moore Barlow advises Thirdspace on strategic deal with TIG

Deal creates the UK’s Leading Advanced Digital MSP Moore Barlow has advised ThirdSpace, the UK’s leading professional services provider of Microsoft Identity and Cyber Security solutions, as it joins forces with TiG, one of the UK’s leading Cloud, Data Analytics and Managed Services providers to the financial services sector. The strategic acquisition by TiG creates […]

Key areas of due diligence to focus on when preparing your company for sale

Selling your business is not easy. However, if pre-transaction due diligence is properly conducted, not only does it make the sale process smoother, it can also prevent the deal from falling through at a later stage. If selling your business is something you’re thinking of doing, prepare for due diligence in advance of formal negotiations, […]

Corporate news – Issue two

Welcome to the second issue of our Corporate newsletter. The news has continued to focus on the coronavirus pandemic as England continues in its third lockdown. For many people, the last 11 months have focused the mind, caused priorities to change and had financial implications on our lives. You may be looking forward to retirement […]

Share-based incentives continue to shine

Preservation of cash whilst retaining key employees – welcome to the world of sharebased incentives. Share-based incentives are not only a great way to incentivise key staff but to retain them as well. This is especially true for those businesses that can no longer offer cash rewards – whether attractive salariesor bonuses. Share-based incentives have […]

Key areas of a sale agreement

A share purchase/sale agreement (“SPA”) is the principal document entered into between Buyer(s) and Seller(s) when negotiating the sale and purchase of a target’s share capital. An SPA is invariably a long and overwhelming document, however there are key clauses that appear on almost every one. Below is a brief summary of those key clauses […]

Life Sciences Glossary

It is common for international and UK Life Science companies to use specific medical terms and acronyms. For those in this industry some terms are second nature, but for others they are not and so can create confusion. We have produced a glossary of terms in order to help navigate some of the most commonly […]

Moore Barlow advises Bytes Technology Group

In December 2020, Bytes Technology Group floated on the London Stock Exchange, priced at 270p per share. Within hours of conditional first -day trading, Bytes’ share price rose to 330p giving the business a market cap of around £780 million. Bytes’ listing on the LSE marks the high point of a 20-year relationship with Moore […]

Due diligence considerations in relation to the Government’s CBILS and BBLS

As a result of the global Covid-19 pandemic, the British Government introduced state backed loan facilities schemes. The schemes are intended to provide support via much needed cash injections into SMEs, in an attempt to alleviate the financial burden afflicting many industries in the UK. Two loan schemes have been introduced to assist small and […]

Stephanie Joyce

Company formations Companies house filing requirements Statutory book requirements Director duties Board meetings I am a Paralegal in the firm’s Corporate team. I specialise in a range of company secretarial matters and work closely with Polly Cross and Cherie Lawson. As a team we are dedicated to providing a high-quality legal service to our clients. […]

Joshua Cronin

Mergers and acquisitions Share and asset sales and purchases MBOs and MBIs Due diligence I am a corporate solicitor based out of our head office in Southampton. I have acted for clients across a variety of industries on a wide range of matters including mergers and acquisitions, private equity, corporate restructurings and general corporate work.

NSIB influence in action recommended cash offer for Calisen plc

Calisen plc is a UK listed energy company with its headquarters in Manchester. It provides market leading energy meters (smart meters) and meter reading services to the energy industry. It is a FTSE 250 company. Conditions and further terms of the acquisition The following is edited extracts from the rule 2.7 announcement: “Conditions to the […]

Helping entrepreneurs achieve their objectives

Being entrepreneurial means different things to different people, but to us here at Moore Barlow, we know it means being fleet of foot and highly adaptable when our entrepreneurial clients need to move quickly to take advantage of an opportunity. Recently we helped one such client who was looking to restructure his business portfolio to […]

Do I need a shareholder agreement?

A shareholder agreement is an agreement between the shareholders to explain certain matters in relation to the company and its business. This is important to have to resolve and avoid any potential disputes. If you require further information, please contact corporate solicitor, Peter Jeffery on 023 8071 8040.

Agency merger strengthens Moore Barlow’s position in the recruitment sector

Two of the UK’s leading hospitality recruitment agencies have merged and will form part of the UK’s largest specialist hospitality recruitment company. Evolve Hospitality Recruitment, which has offices across the UK and specialises in temporary staff recruitment for the hospitality sector, has merged with Collins King & Associates which specialises in permanent staff recruitment to […]

Are you thinking of buying or selling a company?

If you’re thinking about purchasing or selling a company, our corporate legal experts can advise you and identify any potential downfalls. Contact corporate solicitor, Jeremy Over on 023 8071 8025.

Moore Barlow acts on MBO of the Serocor Group

Moore Barlow has advised the management team in their successful management buyout of the Serocor Group, the leading £100m+ turnover recruitment group headquartered in Portsmouth, Hampshire. The deal was supported by specialist asset based lender Breal-Zeta CF. Serocor is an award winning and well established recruitment group attracting, engaging and nurturing STEM talent in partnership with […]

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Moore Barlow are the preferred suppliers of legal support to our cluster of incubating startups. They offer a unique, pain free, can-do solution based service with the client at the heart of the activity. Whenever we have asked, whatever we have asked, Moore Barlow have responded positively, effectively and efficiently delivering what needs to be […]

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SKS Business Services acquire Bailey Group with legal advice provided by Moore Barlow

SKS Business Services Ltd (SKS), an award-winning firm of chartered accountants and finance outsource specialists, have acquired chartered accountants Bailey Group with legal advice provided by Moore Barlow.  Acquisition financing was provided by Shard Credit Partners. SKS’s acquisition of Bailey Group grows the firm’s geographical reach as it gains an established base in the North […]

Moore Barlow advises Transparity Solutions as they receive significant investment from Beech Tree Private Equity

Dorset based Transparity Solutions, a fast-growing Microsoft cloud specialist, has received significant investment from Beech Tree Private Equity with South East law firm Moore Barlow providing Transparity with legal advice. Transparity Solutions provides a complete range of Microsoft cloud solutions supporting large UK corporates and enterprises. This sector has seen a big growth in demand […]

Restructuring a family business for the third generation

Moore Barlow has many clients who are family businesses. From entrepreneurial investment vehicles, to landed estates and rural businesses, to thriving privately-owned software and manufacturing companies, we walk alongside our clients as they hand down their businesses through their generations, helping them to flourish, change, restructure and take advantage of opportunities, capital injections, tax and […]

Webinar: New corporate insolvency rules – What are the risks and opportunities?

The UK Government has recently introduced new legislation to help directors and businesses deal with threats from creditors in these difficult times. Some provisions relate to dealing with the Covid-19 crisis specifically, but other changes are permanent, changing the law in far-reaching ways which include: new powers to directors to impose a moratorium on their […]

Webinar: Legal masterclass – Investing in distressed businesses

Our corporate experts discuss key risk areas to consider when investing in distressed businesses, share valuable insights into the opportunities of investing, and help you avoid the pitfalls. We outline some of the basic checks you should be making before investing, provide some pointers around keeping your deal on track amidst pressure from the other […]

Corporate news – Issue one

Read our first issue of Corporate News as a newly merged firm Moore Barlow, which is an incredibly exciting opportunity for both our corporate and commercial law team to spread its roots further with offices in Woking and Guilford as well as London, Richmond, Southampton and Lymington. This month a selection of our experts and […]

Removing a company director from office

When a company’s director is unwilling to resign, and no articles of association or shareholders’ agreement offer provision for their removal, a statutory procedure in sections 168 and 169 of the Companies Act 2006 allows the shareholders to remove the director from office. Such a procedure should be available regardless of any provision in the […]

How best to manage management buy-outs (MBOs)

A management buy-out (MBO) is a transaction in which a target business is transferred, in whole or in part, to its management team, usually using a new company established for the purpose (a “Newco”). The sale of a business to the management team can be advantageous to both the seller and the management team, due […]

An adventure with venture capital

Venture Capital (VC) funds are investors who provide expertise and capital (called venture capital) in privately funded companies at an early stage of their life cycle. This contrasts with more traditional ‘private equity funds’ who tend to invest in companies that are more mature and have a structured business plan in place. How venture capital […]

Persons with Significant Control (PSC) regime

A business can change, but the business of identifying who is officially in control of it remains of central importance. For a number of years, businesses have had to familiarise themselves with the requirements of PSC legislation – namely, to have a register that identifies who owns or controls a company, known as Persons with […]

Another IT sector deal for Moore Barlow as Q Associates acquires Bracknell based Apex Group

Moore Barlow is delighted to have been able to support Q Associates in its acquisition of Apex Group, a specialist provider of cloud and networking services. Apex Group strongly complements Q Associates’ datacentre infrastructure and data management solutions. In addition to specialist networking capabilities encompassing LAN, WAN and WiFi technologies, Apex Group brings a range […]

New support for directors: Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020

On 26 June 2020 the Government’s new Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 (CIGA) came into force. CIGA sets out temporary measures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Also, there are important permanent reforms to insolvency and company law. Together this represents a major package of new legislation to help navigate troubled times and in […]

Insolvency isn’t always the answer – why it’s important to think outside the box

Scenario A A group with a £200m pension deficit but achieving £6m EBITDA – what should a new management team do when they realise this is the situation? The obvious answer was to put the company into an insolvency procedure. However, where, for example, the company’s business is heavily contracts based, the company would have […]

Directors’ decisions: call a moratorium for 20 days?

Government announce plans to protect businesses During the current COVID-19 crisis the government have announced new plans to help directors run their businesses without threats from third party creditors. Some of these are temporary but the government have also announced some permanent new laws, as an addition to current Insolvency Law. This is in order to […]

No probate? No problem! New High Court decision relating to the rectification of a company’s register of members

What do you do if a company’s sole member and director dies leaving the company unable to function without them, and you’re the executor of the will? A recent case (Williams v Russell Price Farms Service 2020) relates to the deceased director and shareholder of a company whose executors applied for a court order under […]

Dom Szentpali

Mergers and acquisitions Due diligence Company reorganisations and restructuring Shareholders’ Agreements and Articles of Association Company constitutional matters I am a solicitor based in our Gateway office in Southampton and I am part of the corporate team. I assist owner-managed and privately owned businesses primarily in the IT sector on a wide range of corporate […]

COVID-19: Government financial support for businesses

The government has introduced various forms of financial assistance to businesses in response to the global Covid-19 pandemic. Due to the number of different guidance available on the government website, this summary will hopefully assist in providing a quick overview on the available schemes and the applicable criteria. 1. Business Loans: The government released an […]

Coronavirus Business Interruption Loans and Finance

Are you applying for a loan under one of the Government backed schemes? If your application is successful your bank will provide you with legal documentation for the new facility it has offered. This documentation will set out your rights and obligations under the facility, including any potential personal liability. We understand that at the […]

Trade mark strategies in a pandemic outbreak

As with all significant events, novel viruses being no exception, people capitalise on ideas for products and services that could be relevant. For consumer goods, a commercially necessary first step is to launch trade mark applications in the expectation that they will result in registered and therefore more protectable marks. Coronavirus impact on IP and […]

Nitzan Cohen

Corporate tax I advise clients on all corporate tax related matters including share schemes and property taxes, i.e. SDLT and VAT. I’m always happy to discuss any matter with you so that you become aware of any tax implications that may affect your transaction. I became a solicitor in 2000. I’ve since worked in the […]

Mark Lucas

Mergers and acquisitions Commercial contracts Shareholder arrangements Partnership law As a corporate Partner, I advise on mergers and acquisitions, commercial contracts, shareholder arrangements and partnership law. I enjoy identifying and achieving the right solutions and outcomes for clients and strongly believe that good service consists of responsive communication. I look for long lasting solutions that […]

Tim Matthews

Life Sciences Technology The National Security and Investment Bill I am a partner in our corporate team and also the firm’s General Counsel. I have over 30 years’ experience in advising both publicly listed and private companies in all areas of corporate and commercial law. I principally advise on mergers and acquisitions in the UK […]

Matthew Devine

I joined Moore Barlow LLP (formerly Barlow Robbins LLP) in 2015 as a Trainee Solicitor, where I gained experience in our Litigation, Corporate, Employment and Commercial Property departments. I am now an Associate in our Corporate team, working with businesses and their owners on all matters of company law from incorporation through to exit and […]

EMI schemes in COVID-19

What is an EMI Option Scheme? Away from the legal jargon, an option is just an agreement that gives someone a right to acquire shares at a point in the future. An Enterprise Management Incentive (EMI) option is a tax efficient option, structured in a particular way to meet specific criteria set by HM Revenue […]

Coronavirus: How to deal with stamping formalities on the sale of shares

As UK companies continue to deal with the ever-changing effect on day to day business as a result of Coronavirus (COVID-19), one of the challenges which companies may face is the impact of the closure of HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) offices. This might be particularly challenging when faced with post completion matters following transactions […]

Wrongful trading rules suspension: be careful what you wish for!

Due to the material impact of the Coronavirus outbreak on UK business, the Government announced on 28 March amendments to existing statutory insolvency measures. This is in order to assist directors of businesses potentially unable to meet their debts in the current climate. Suspension of ‘wrongful trading’ rules The way this will be dealt with […]

Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Force Majeure and avoiding contractual uncertainty

This article examines the ongoing coronavirus public health crisis and its impact on contracts, the ability to terminate or cancel contractual obligations and refers to a recent case study. In general terms “Force Majeure” (FM) is a legal concept defined under a contract relating to the occurrence of events outside the control of the parties. […]

Samuel Kirwan

I am a trainee solicitor. I primarily support other solicitors, working within a specific team for six months at a time. I gain valuable experience working within a range of different teams at Moore Barlow, supporting them in providing the high level of service that our clients have come to expect. Whether working directly with clients […]

Louise Hayward

Mergers and acquisitions Company reorganisations I am a solicitor in the corporate department and provide specialist advice to businesses and individuals in relation to corporate transactions and arrangements. My expertise extends to advising on mergers & acquisitions and associated transactional documents, including due diligence reports and ancillary documentation. I also regularly deal with reorganisations and […]

Iwan Thomas

Mergers and acquisitions Shareholder and Joint Venture arrangements Group reorganisations and restructuring Corporate and real estate finance I qualified as a solicitor in the Corporate team here at Moore Barlow in September 2019. I work out of the London office but also spend time in our others offices. I act for and assist a broad […]

Isabelle Balch

I am a trainee solicitor based in the Southampton office and I am currently in my fourth seat in the Corporate & Commercial team. I primarily support other solicitors, working within a team for six months at a time. I gain valuable experience working within a range of different teams at Moore Barlow, supporting them […]

Cherie Lawson

Audit, maintenance and reconstitution of company statutory registers; Assistance on corporate transactions to include mergers and acquisitions, due diligence, reorganisations, fundraising, management buy outs and refinancing; Incorporations and residential management companies; Directors and shareholder meetings; and Various company secretarial matters such as advising on articles of association, directors duties, persons of significant control and Companies […]

Thomas Clark

Technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) transactional work Complex and niche reorganisations and restructuring Employee incentives I specialise in advising TMT businesses in respect of corporate finance and corporate structures. My expertise also extends to complex reorganisations and restructurings having completed a number of high value reorganisations and restructurings in the last 36 months, some of which […]

David Bright

Mergers and acquisitions Business affairs Joint ventures Company restructuring Partnership matters A partner in the firm’s corporate team, I help clients drive forward their commercial transactions. My clients range from global companies to SMEs. I provide responsive and effective support for my clients with attention to detail and quick thinking. A thorough understanding of my […]

Anna West

Mergers and acquisitions Group re-structures Shareholder arrangements Directors’ duties Employee share schemes I am an associate solicitor working in the Corporate Team at the Chandlers Ford office. I work with SMEs to find the best deal for them on acquisitions and to maximise value on disposals. I like to apply the law in a practical […]

Kirsty Bowyer

Mergers and acquisitions Corporate reorganisations Management buyouts & buy ins Corporate finance and fundraisings Stock market flotations and takeovers I act for companies at all different stages of their lifecycle; from initial idea or start up, through growth and expansion and ultimately exit. I thrive from working for entrepreneurial businesses whether that is a single […]

Jeremy Over

Corporate acquisitions, disposals and fundraisings Private Equity MBO’s & MBI’s Shareholders agreements Partnerships and LLPs I am passionate about helping my clients find commercial solutions to their problems. I’m particularly skilled at working with successful entrepreneurs who have a strong personal or emotional connection to their business. Previous experience includes: Advising the selling shareholders and […]

Sarah Crookall

Commercial contracts Intellectual property issues Franchising Telecoms Information technology matters Corporate support – getting your company ready for sale. I advise clients on: Terms and conditions for the supply and purchase of goods and services Agency, distribution and reseller agreements Franchising, licensing and outsourcing agreements Intellectual property issues Telecoms agreements Outsourcing, procurement and logistics arrangements […]

Roger Bailey

IT/technology/telecoms Financial services Motor industry Retail Healthcare I am a pro-active, hands on corporate partner and head a team of 16 corporate and commercial solicitors. I have over 25 years’ experience supporting clients with M&A, private equity and public markets deals. My clients range from medium-sized organisations to global companies. I help them extract the […]

Polly Cross

I am a senior associate in the firm’s corporate team specialising in company formations and company secretarial matters. I work with clients from a range of corporate and commercial backgrounds. I specialise in company formations and support corporate teams on mergers and acquisitions, reorganisations and refinancing matters. My clients also seek my help with a […]

Peter Jeffery

Technology, media and telecommunications I am a partner in the corporate team and am recognised as a leader in advising technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) businesses in respect of corporate finance transactions and corporate structures (and restructuring insolvent companies). Most of my clients are TMT based, most of which I have acted on behalf of […]

The pitfalls of incorporating with Model Articles

All limited companies must have articles of association. They are a publicly available document setting out the rules that officers and shareholders must follow when running companies. Model Articles are the standard default articles prescribed by the Companies Act 2006 (the “Act”) and replaced Table A from 1 October 2009. It is increasingly common for […]

When Corporate Structures and Rugby collide

Not long after the dust had settled on the World Cup, Lord Dyson recently ruled that the rugby club Saracens should be docked 35 points and fined £5,360,272.31 for breaching the salary cap imposed by the English Premiership. The fine is the maximum a club could receive and the implications on the sport of rugby […]

Moore Blatch continues to support SKS Business Services Ltd

Moore Blatch continues to support SKS Business Services Ltd (“SKS”) in the execution of its successful buy-and-build strategy by completing three further acquisitions over the summer of 2019. SKS is an award-winning firm of chartered accountants providing accounting, bookkeeping, tax, payroll and outsourced finance function services to a range of clients from UK-based sole traders, […]

Four key considerations when selling your business

When the decision is finally made to sell a business, the prospect of receiving the full consideration often outweighs anything else meaning that sellers tend to look for a quick sale. However, a corporate transaction can be an intricate process with complex issues at stake and parties on both sides looking to achieve the best […]

Raising equity finance

Equity financing is a way of raising funds from investors to finance your company and its business. Companies are able to allot or issue new shares, whereby a new or existing shareholder subscribe for additional shares in a company and pay a price for those shares, usually at a premium. The Companies Act 2006 (the […]

Moore Blatch advises Venture Equity Partners on its acquisition of WA+A Maintenance Limited

Moore Blatch have recently advised Venture Equity Partners on its acquisition of  WA+A Maintenance Limited and its associated equity fundraising. WA+A Maintenance Limited is the first acquisition by Venture Equity’s heating, ventilation and air conditioning platform Scubair Limited. This was a particularly important deal for Scubair Limited as it has combined this transaction with bringing […]

Moore Blatch headline sponsor for Silicon Cup 2019

The Silicon Cup Regatta, the number one networking event on the water for IT professionals, has announced Moore Blatch as its headline sponsor for the second year running. Launched in 2000, the Moore Blatch Silicon Cup regatta attracts some of the world’s leading IT firms. During that time, 7,000 people have taken part, competing in […]

Scaling Up for Success

Moore Blatch has recently partnered with Smith & Williamson to deliver a series of four Scaling up for Success seminars in 2019 to help founders and senior management teams in businesses that have an ambition to grow and ‘scale up’.

10 firm-wide promotions at Moore Blatch

With the firm’s continued growth and success, Moore Blatch, a top 100 law firm focused on supporting people, families and growth businesses for the long term, is delighted to announce 10 key promotions firm wide.

Moore Blatch advises Crave Interactive Limited on its investment from Thailand’s True Corporation

Moore Blatch has advised Crave Interactive, the world-leading developer of cloud-based digital guest service solutions for hotels, on its major investment by True Corporation, Thailand’s leading telecommunications provider. The deal provides a majority investment from True Digital & Media Platform Company Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of True Corporation Public Company Limited. The investment will […]

Rotterdam’s Port Invest takeover of Nature Group advised by Moore Blatch

Moore Blatch has advised Rotterdam based Port Invest B.V. on its recommended cash offer for all of the issued and to be issued share capital of Nature Group plc other than the shares already held by Port Invest. Port Invest was founded in 1986 and provides maritime and oil logistic services to sea-going vessels, major […]

Restore plc buys Portsmouth based Spinnaker Waste Management

Restore plc, one of the UKs leading document management and relocation support services providers, has purchased Spinnaker Waste Management Limited, a leading Portsmouth based Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) and electronic waste recycling company.

Update on EMI Options – 2

You will be aware from our EMI Option Scheme update found here that there was a lapse in the State Aid Approval for the extension of the EMI tax reliefs scheme, which expired on 6 April 2018. HMRC advised against the creation of new EMI Option Schemes from 7 April 2018 as the lapse in approval meant the tax […]

Are you GDPR compliant?

From 25 May 2018 the largest ever overhaul of UK data protection law will take effect that all organisations must comply with or face heavy fines and significant damage to their reputation.

Moore Blatch Business Magazine – edition two

Articles range from looking at the City’s property market, the risks of social media and introducing a new way to solve commercial disputes. We also introduce our new managing partner as well asour new home in Southampton.

Moore Blatch shortlisted in three Solent Deal Awards

Moore Blatch has been shortlisted for three Solent Deal Awards.  With offices in Southampton, Lymington, Richmond and the City of London, the 350 strong firm has been shortlisted for overall ‘Law Firm of the Year’, as well as in both the Mid-Range and Large deals categories.

Stanhope-Seta – interview with director, Giles Verity

What will happen when the oil runs out? In particular to those companies involved in black gold? It’s a question that elicits fascinating responses from those involved in the oil industry, not least from Giles Verity, whose family business derives 80% of its revenue from petrochemicals. The test equipment and quality control instruments designed and […]

Moore Blatch advises on Ingersoll-Rand’s acquisition of ICS Group Holdings

Moore Blatch’s corporate and property teams have advised the shareholders of ICS Group Holdings Limited (ICS Cool Energy) on the successful sale of the group to Ingersoll-Rand plc, a world leader in creating comfortable, sustainable and efficient environments. ICS Cool Energy will be part of Ingersoll Rand’s Commercial Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) business.

Countdown to GDPR day – Top tips 1: Consent and the GDPR

Under the GDPR, consent needs to be “…freely given, specific, informed and unambiguous…”  In other words, consent will only be validly given where there is a clear statement or conduct by an individual which indicates his/her acceptance of the proposed processing.  Accordingly, the following will no longer be satisfactory evidence of consent:

Michelin’s acquisition of Tructyre Fleet Management advised by Moore Blatch

Tructyre Fleet Management, the well known truck tyre supplier and service provider with 26 service centres across the UK, has been acquired by the Michelin Group.  Legal advice to founding director and shareholder, Glenn Sherwood, was provided by Moore Blatch, which has completed over ¬£500 million of corporate transactions over the last 18 months.  Corporate […]

Moore Blatch advise on Coach in a Box sale

Coach in a Box, a global consultancy group offering innovative coaching services, has been acquired by BTS Group AB (BTS), with legal advice being provided by Moore Blatch and financial advice by Assay Advisory.

Liberata UK Limited purchase Trustmarque

We recently acted for Liberata UK Limited in relation to its purchase of Trustmarque. Liberata is a business process outsourcer based in Central London with 14 offices around the UK.

Moore Blatch celebrates record year in Legal 500 rankings

Moore Blatch, a top 100 law firm with offices in Southampton, Lymington, Richmond and the City of London, has been widely recognised in the UK’s leading guide to law firms, Legal 500, for 15 of its work areas and 40 of its solicitors.

Moore Blatch advise on Sky deal with Chrysalis Vision

The team behind the long running Midsomer Murders franchise, who in 2014 founded Chrysalis Vision, has received a significant investment from Sky plc (“Sky”), with the legal advice being provided by Moore Blatch.