M & A Lawyers.
During a merger, acquisition, and other major transactions, a legal team can become stretched. For the duration of the project, you may need the support of experienced M&A lawyers who have detailed knowledge of the corporate world or paralegals to support the spike in workload.
Obelisk Support can match your organisation with a skilled interim lawyer who can bring their expertise to your project. Among our consultants are experienced corporate M&A lawyers who have worked with some of the most established law firms and legal teams.
By using flexible legal support, you can benefit from as-and-when support to provide the excellent service that your business relies on. We handle all the administration; all you need to do is set our lawyers to work.
Legal support since 2010
A large pool of pre-vetted, highly skilled lawyers and paralegals
Quality matches powered by our proprietary matching platform
We pioneer new ways of working to help our clients succeed
We are committed to creating a more inclusive legal profession
How it works. As simple as 1,2,3
Hours, days, or months of support – whatever you need
We match you with your legal professional – quickly & effortlessly
We manage onboarding and related admin tasks
Scale on demand
We’ll oversee service delivery and project management
Case study: Legal work for Kantar
Obelisk Flexible Legal Services
Interim legal team
A flexible pool of experts as an extension to your team, tailored with the legal skills you need, for a fixed price per month
Lawyer on demand
Trust our pool of pre-vetted, City-trained lawyers with in-house experience – for secondment cover to transactions support
Flexible legal support
Boost your core legal team to meet project goals or scale your legal function at speed
Extra support to boost your productivity – our best-in-class paralegals can help from triaging workflow to compliance tasks
What our clients say
“Flexibility and speed were key for us in this situation. Obelisk understood our needs and found a solution immediately, adding extra resources to our legal team.”
British Business Bank
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Our Legal Specialisms
Major transactions and
post acquisition support
Commercial contract drafting, review and negotiation
Corporate and Commercial Lawyers
Data Protection and Privacy Lawyers
Data protection and data privacy / GDPR specialists
Construction projects and commercial property legal support
Advice & documentation
Company secretarial and governance support
Preparing, reviewing and amending documents
M & A Lawyers FAQs
What is an M&A Lawyer?
How much Mergers and Acquisition work does Obelisk do?
Do you manage post-acquisition legal work?
How do I hire a flexible M&A Lawyer?
Do Obelisk Support M&A lawyers only work from home?
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