Howes Percival CCB team boosted by new partner
Howes Percival has appointed Paula Dumbill as a partner and head of its commercial team within its Corporate, Commercial, and Banking (CCB) practice. She joins from Browne Jacobson where she was lead HealthTech partner.
Howes Percival’s CCB practice advises clients on significant and transformational acquisitions, disposals, as well as a full range of contractual matters.
It also provides a dedicated banking and finance service to its borrower clients, and also to banks, financial institutions, funds, and other lenders
In recent years, the CCB team has grown to over 30 fee earners and been restructured to create three dedicated service lines to enable the firm to offer a more specialist service to clients.
Dumbill has deep experience of advising clients on technology, infrastructure and outsourcing projects, mission critical joint venture arrangements and drafting and negotiating all of the commercial contracts that businesses need to manage their risks on a day-to-day basis.
She is recognised as a ‘leading individual’ in Legal 500 and has also led a commercial team ranked by Legal 500 in Tier 1 in the East Midlands in Legal 500.
Howes Percival has East of England offices in Cambridge, Milton Keynes, Northampton and Norwich.