Lynsey Mallon

Lynsey Mallon | Corporate and Commercial | Arthur Cox
  • Lynsey Mallon
  • PARTNER, CORPORATE AND COMMERCIAL GROUP
  • +44 28 9026 2669
  • Arthur Cox, Victoria House, Gloucester Street, Belfast BT1 4LS, Northern Ireland

Expertise

Lynsey Mallon is a partner in the Corporate and Commercial Group in the Arthur Cox Belfast Office, Northern Ireland. Lynsey advises both domestic and international, public and private clients, as well as public sector bodies, across the full range of company and commercial law areas. Lynsey has extensive experience of advising on both domestic and cross border mergers and acquisitions as well as MBOs and MBIs, joint ventures, private equity, and general commercial contract work. She also regularly advises clients on corporate governance and corporate restructuring. Other areas of focus include data protection and privacy law, intellectual property and information technology.

Experience

Recent indicative experience includes:

  • Advised Hastie Group Limited, an Australian Securities Exchange listed company on the acquisition of the Belfast based Rotary Group for a consideration of approximately £120 million.
  • Adviser to Kingspan plc on various acquisitions and disposals throughout Northern Ireland.
  • Adviser to Paddy Power plc on its acquisition of McGranaghans Racing, a chain of bookmakers throughout Northern Ireland for a consideration of around £19 million. This was Paddy Power’s first ever acquisition in the betting and gaming sector in Northern Ireland.
  • Adviser to Koninklijke Philips Electronics NV on the acquisition of TOMCAT Systems NV, a healthcare and commercial software solutions company based in Northern Ireland.
  • Adviser to Mohawk Industries Inc, a NYSE listed company on the acquisition of Spectrim Distribution Limited from the Murdock Group.
  • Advising the Musgrave group of companies on a wide variety of  acquisitions, disposals and franchises of supermarkets and convenience stores throughout Northern Ireland.
  • Advising a bidder on all aspects relating to its proposed acquisition of George Best Belfast City Airport, which was ultimately sold for £132.5 million.