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What Kirsty can do for you
Kirsty is a senior solicitor in the corporate commercial department who specialises in providing legal advice to the primary care sector. Her work predominantly involves advising general practitioners and dentists in commercial transactions. This includes commercial contracts, corporate governance, Partnership Deeds, sales and acquisitions and GP mergers and federations. She has recently been involved in assisting GP practices in relation to working at scale; including alliance working and the forming of primary care networks.
Additionally, Kirsty assists in work for NHS bodies, particularly with reference to large-scale transactions where she has led on the due diligence exercise.
Main areas of expertise
- Company law
- Mergers and acquisitions
- GP federations and alliances
- Partnership Deeds
The clients she works with
- General practitioners
- GP federations
- Dental practitioners
- Dental body corporates
- NHS Trusts/NHS Foundation Trusts
We are in unprecedented and challenging times with advice and guidance being issued and updated on a daily basis. What is the impact of Covid-19 on dental practices? Faisal Dhalla and Kirsty Odell outline some of the key issues for dental practices here:
Kirsty Odell, Senior Solicitor in the corporate health care team of law firm Hempsons, points the way to develop your Primary Care Network.
Winter 2019/2020 edition of Hempsons' Dental Newsbrief.
Kirsty Odell and Sana Sadiq explain why due diligence is required when a buyer is planning on purchasing a practice.
Kirsty Odell, senior solicitor in the corporate healthcare team of law firm Hempsons, looks at potential liability for practices entering contractual arrangements.
Kirsty Odell, senior solicitor in the corporate healthcare team of law form Hempsons considers whether a corporate structure would benefit primary care networks
There have been rumours for the last few years about how the NHS dental contract is going to be revolutionised, with varying degrees of suggested change. Action has however now been taken to put some of these theories into action to test potential new forms of the NHS dental contract.
Welcome to the latest edition of Hempsons' Dental Newsbrief.
It is quite common for consultants to join together and work more collaboratively. This can ease the burden of working alone and being solely responsible for all costs and expenses. Working together can alleviate some of that pressure and assist in moving a business forward.
Companies and LLPs need to be aware of the increased information requirements in respect of people with significant control (PSC). The details of these changes only became clear at a late date with implementation from 26 June 2017.