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Helen Kimberley

Senior Associate
London

Helen Kimberley

As a senior associate in our Commercial and Regulatory team, Helen Kimberley helps clients manage their businesses.

She is experienced in advising on and documenting complex commercial arrangements such as strategic alliances and transitional arrangements. She also deals with everyday arrangements that keep businesses running from supply and distribution to endorsement agreements and standard terms and conditions.

Helen's practice focuses on life sciences, communications, food and retail industries. She understands the regulated environment in which her clients operate and is able to advise on both business to business and business to consumer arrangements.

Representative Experience

Advising Novartis on commercial agreements relating to its landmark US$16 billion acquisition of GSK's oncology business and the related OTC JV.

Advising Bestway on commercial and regulatory aspects of its £620 million acquisition of the Co-operative Group's pharmacy business.

Advising Mars on a range of commercial arrangements throughout the supply chain from manufacturing and distribution, through to customer terms.

Negotiating the renewal of arrangements of a major retailer's credit card.

Advising a number of clients in relation to the supply and distribution of medical devices and pharmaceutical products.

Representing a major publisher in relation to its printing and distribution arrangements.

Supporting ITV on restructuring its affiliate relationships with STV and UTV.

Advising John Lewis and Waitrose on a range of commercial activities including sourcing arrangements with the online-grocery retailer, Ocado.

Education and admissions

Education

  • LL.B., The University of Nottingham
  • LPC, Nottingham Law School

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