Verisona Law are congratulating Grant Usher from the firm’s Corporate & Commercial team on being shortlisted for the Hampshire Law Society’s ‘Junior Lawyer of the Year’.
Verisona Law have been singled out for its role in securing the sale of Portsmouth Football Club in a nationwide search for the best professional organisations serving the sports sector.
Data protection issues affect businesses of all varieties, sizes and sectors. Businesses on the South Coast are not immune from the legal and regulatory requirements.
Verisona Law are proud to announce that our very own Grant Usher who joined the Corporate & Commercial team at Verisona Law in April 2017 has been shortlisted for the LawNet 2017 Young Lawyer of the Year.
Despite general concerns being raised in the business community about the economic impact of Brexit, Verisona Law’s Director Tim Reynolds is delighted to report that, after attending this month’s Southampton Boat Show, the Marine Industry is on top form.
Verisona Law is delighted to be welcoming Associate Solicitor, Grant Usher, to its Corporate & Commercial team in order to meet the demand of the firm’s growing corporate client base.
The PSC (‘Persons of Significant Control’) regime was introduced in April 2016 to increase transparency as to who had control of companies registered in England and Wales.
Portsmouth Community Football Club has today released a statement confirming overwhelming support from its stakeholders and fans for a proposed sale of the Club to the Tornante Group LLC. Tornante are based in Los Angeles and are wholly owned by the Eisner family. Michael Eisner was the CEO and Chairman of the Walt Disney Company for 21 years. He recently presented his vision for the club to an audience of Pompey Supporters Trust at the Portsmouth Guildhall.
Mike Dyer, Chairman of Verisona and a director of the Club and advising on the proposed transaction, confirmed that the Club would now be discussing the next steps with Tornante’s lawyers with a view to progressing the transaction and commented that “there is still a great deal of work to be done over the coming weeks.”