Luke Gregory


Corporate, Commercial & Finance

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Luke works on a broad range of corporate and commercial matters including advising on company incorporation, bespoke articles of association and shareholder agreements, corporate governance, and Companies Act procedures such as off-market share buybacks and the removal of company directors.

Luke completed his training contract at Kingsley Napley in September 2019 having undertaken seats in Corporate & Commercial, Real Estate & Construction, Dispute Resolution and Immigration. He joined the firm in September 2014 as a Legal Assistant, before becoming Head Legal Assistant in July 2016. Prior to joining Kingsley Napley he studied the Legal Practice Course (LPC) at BPP Holborn where his elective subjects included Commercial Law and Intellectual Property, Corporate Finance, and Media and Entertainment Law.

Luke is a Pro Bono Committee member and has worked on a number of projects with Amicus, a charity that fights for justice on death row in the United States, and Queen Mary Legal Advice Centre.

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Lifecycle of a tech startup series: Tax reliefs

One hand in the cookie jar: Fraud and directors’ duties in insolvency

Company Succession Planning: Death of a sole director – now what?

Lurking in the shadows - When is a "director" a director?

No man is an island, but being a sole director might come close

Do androids dream of electric sheep?: mistaken computers and relevant minds

E-signatures: is the law catching up with technology?

How will a no-deal Brexit affect cross-border mergers?

A ban on combustible cladding; a Joint Regulators Group; a new health and safety test for architects - The Hackitt Report six months on

“Improving transparency and integrity of information”- The impact of the Golden Thread on Principal Designers and Principal Contractors

“Clarifying leadership, management and competence” | Applying the CDM Regulations to HRRBs | Part 2

“Creating empowered and responsible duty holders” | Applying the CDM Regulations to HRRBs

“A principled outcomes-based approached with a clear model of risk ownership”

Banks required to carry out 70 million immigration checks every quarter

Crowdfunding private prosecutions – charities taking action when the authorities do not

Case update: High Court confirms NMC panel’s original decision flawed as they failed to take into account all mitigation at sanction stage

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