Keith Lewington – Shareholder Agreement Specialist

Specialist in Business & Corporate and Commercial Contracts

Keith is a company and commercial lawyer who worked as a partner in a major regional law firm for more than 25 years.

His work covers a wide range of company and commercial work, but he deals particularly with company reorganisations and shareholders’ agreements and with bespoke commercial contracts. He has experience of many industry sectors, including acting for IT suppliers and software providers and in the motor industry. He also advises on data protection and personal privacy issues.

Keith is also an experienced trainer, lecturing regularly on solicitors’ update courses and in-house training staff on the legal background to the work they do and the documentation they deal with.




Out of the office, Keith is a keen golfer and avid supporter of Southampton FC. He also enjoys cooking, wining and dining. He lives in Milton Keynes with his wife, Linda. They have two long-since grown-up sons.

Contact Details Keith Lewington
  • Email [email protected]
  • Office 0845 257 9449
  • Mobile 07711 306622
  • Skype
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Latest Blog Posts

Never assume ‘it goes without saying’ in contract wording

Posted in Excello Law Blogs on 13 Feb 2018

Two parties negotiate and agree the terms of a contract, which they put in writing and sign.  Some time later one or other party realises that the contract does not actually expressly include a term which it considers is vital to the contract.  Can it then ask the court to imply the relevant term into […]

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At what point is it a legally binding and enforceable contract?

Posted in Excello Law Blogs on 5 Dec 2017

Once people have agreed the essential terms of a contract, the one remaining issue for it to be legally binding and enforceable is whether or not the parties intended it to be legally binding.  If they both sign a formal legal document, then the answer is obvious.  If they exchange letters or emails agreeing the […]

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