Keith Lewington

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.


Keith’s updates

Never assume ‘it goes without saying’ in contract wording

February 13, 2018

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

December 05, 2017

What will I get for my shares?

November 14, 2017

An Upper Case – using defined terms in contracts

July 31, 2017

Is your company’s PSC record up to date?

July 12, 2017