- London, Southampton
- Corporate, Commercial
- 020 7484 7647
What Kirsty can do for you
Kirsty is an associate in the corporate commercial department who specialises in providing legal advice to the primary care sector. Her work predominantly involves advising general practitioners, dentists and other health and social care organisations in commercial transactions. This includes commercial contracts, corporate governance, partnership deeds, sales and acquisitions and GP mergers. She is also 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.
Kirsty helps her clients to achieve their goals and find commercial solutions to issues.
Main areas of expertise
- Company law
- Mergers and acquisitions
- GP federations and alliances
- Primary Care Networks
- Partnership deeds
The clients she works with
- General practitioners
- GP federations
- Dental practitioners
- Dental body corporates
- NHS trusts/NHS foundation trusts
- Care home groups
Whether you’re looking to retire or planning your next venture, it is essential you make the necessary preparations before you start the process of selling a private practice. Kirsty Odell sets out some of the key stages to any transaction which will keep you on the right track for a smooth transition.
Kirsty Odell, an associate in our GP team, sets out some of the key stages in taking over a failing GP practice
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Kirsty Odell, Associate and Georgina Hall, Paralegal at specialist healthcare law firm Hempsons explain what you need to do once you have incorporated a company.
Welcome to the latest edition of Hempsons' Dental Newsbrief, a round-up of some of the hot legal topics in the dental sector.
What has the impact of Covid-19 been on the dental market and how will this affect practices going forward?
Covid-19 has had a huge impact on businesses across the country and dental practices are no exception to this.
While many doctors find their businesses suffering in the lockdown, others are planning to set one up. So what do you need to know to be within the law? Read our guidance on the legal considerations that you need to think about if you are setting up a UK healthcare business.
Following the letter of preparedness issued on 22 December 2020, NHS dental practices should be aware of their increased targets for the last quarter of the financial year and the proposed reconciliation and abatement processes for calculating any clawback and deemed activity.
Successful Corporate Transaction by Hempsons' commercial lawyers for our client RD Capital Partners (RDCP).
Hempsons Senior Solicitor Kirsty Odell sets out some of the key considerations for any practice that is thinking of merging.