The mobility sector is changing and organisations are looking for business-driven legal solutions. We help our clients make the most of the opportunities that come with change, working with them on everything from traditional transport matters through to electrification, and shared, connected and autonomous mobility solutions.
We work with mobility providers, public bodies, OEMs, suppliers and new technology entrants. Our expertise includes emerging business models, payments, data, consumer law, investment and financing and leasing, as well as competition and procurement, real estate, regulation, tax, planning and litigation.
Advised KPIT Technologies Ltd, a global partner to the automotive and mobility ecosystem for making software-defined vehicles a reality, on the acquisition of cloud-based vehicle diagnostics specialist SOMIT solutions.
Advised Eversholt on new build rolling-stock projects, re-leasing of rolling stock fleets, maintenance arrangements, health and safety, cyber security, IT contracting and commercial matters.
Advised Beacon on rolling stock projects and new build projects (such as the negotiation and agreement of terms) with Clayton Equipment Limited for the manufacture and supply of fifteen battery-powered shunters.
Department for Transport
Advised the Department for Transport on the expansion of contactless ticketing around London, as well as other complex contracting and rail regulatory matters.
Advised Bolt on various aspects of its European expansion, including the roll-out of its scooter service in Belgium.
Advised Liberum Capital on CT Automotive Group plc's £75.4m AIM IPO and associated £33.6m institutional placing.
Advised DKV on its acquisition of Greenflux, the leading European software platform provider for electric vehicle (EV) charging.
Clean Growth Fund
Advised the Clean Growth Fund on a £6m co-investment with Gulf Oil in Indra, the UK's leading smart charging technology company.