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Fladgate acts on £220m sale of Red Tiger Gaming Limited

Grant Gordon, Amy Collins, Alan Wetterhahn, Hamilton Forrest, Orit Rioumine Gold, Ben Milloy, Emily Comber, Tim Reinhard, Laura Priestley |

Fladgate was pleased to act on the sale of Red Tiger Gaming Limited, a leading online casino game software supplier to digital entertainment company, NetEnt. The accelerated deal completed on Thursday 5 September 2019 with the initial consideration being £197m and up to £23m may be payable in addition in 2022 on an earn-out basis. […]


Fladgate advised KCR Residential REIT plc on its placing of shares raising £4.05m

Nigel Gordon, David Lee, Ashleigh Brinklow, Caroline Philipps, Paul Airley, Richard Reuben, Edward Morgan, Kelly Whiter, Kim Fowler, Zevi Prager, Gerald Brent, Yasmin Daswani, Tim Reinhard, Thomas Edwards |

Fladgate was pleased to act for KCR Residential REIT plc on the subscription by private equity fund, Torchlight for 9 million ordinary shares for a total subscription of £4.05m and the grant of an option to subscribe for an additional 50 million ordinary shares. KCR intends to consolidate its presence in the UK and to […]


Fladgate's Sports Business Group sponsors SportsPro Live 2019

Grant Gordon, Alan Wetterhahn, James Earl, Alex Haffner, Muhammed Bhaimohmed, Tim Reinhard |

For the third year running, our Sports Business Group is pleased to announce our sponsorship of SportsPro Live 2019. SportsPro Live has established itself as the leading event that hosts the biggest influencers in the industry.


The end of “smash and grab”? Not so fast…

Christian Charles, Tim Reinhard |

“We are all trying to hack out a pathway through a dense thicket of amended legislation, burgeoning case law and ever-changing standard form contracts.” Sir Rupert Jackson, S&T (UK) Ltd v Grove Developments Ltd [2018] EWCA Civ 2448 In a highly anticipated and significant judgment, the Court of Appeal has upheld the decision of Coulson […]


Found you! – Peering behind the corporate veil

Christian Charles, Tim Reinhard |

For over a century, it has been well settled in English law that a company has its own legal personality entirely separate from that of its shareholders and directors who are, by virtue of the “corporate veil”, protected from being personally liable for the company’s debts and other obligations. Attempts to look behind the corporate […]