Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom (London)

Scott C. Hopkins

Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom (London)
Lawyer (Partner)

Scott Hopkins leads Skadden’s U.K. public M&A practice in London and is co-head of the London M&A group, advising on complex cross-border mergers and acquisitions and corporate matters. Mr. Hopkins also has extensive experience advising companies on a broad range of corporate governance matters and legal and regulatory responsibilities, including contentious public meetings, disclosure, directors’ duties, and individual director liability and protection. Mr. Hopkins ranked second in mergermarket’s 2017 table of dealmakers targeting U.K. companies and also has been profiled in Legal Week as one of its Top Dealmakers. He is recognised as a leading M&A lawyer by Chambers Global and Chambers UK, in which he is described as “an outstanding lawyer to have by your side,” with sources stating “his expertise was irreplaceable for us.” He also is recommended as Highly Regarded in M&A in IFLR1000, and The Legal 500 UK noted his “‘strategic mind’ and ‘sharp insight.’” Mr. Hopkins also is a member of the firm’s Japan practice. He frequently lectures on M&A-related topics, including at Oxford University’s Said Business School.

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Jason Hewitt, Max Edwards, John Adebiyi, Scott C. Hopkins, Aurora Luoma The UK Government provides greater clarity on new national security screening rules to be introduced by the national security and investment bill

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On 2 March 2021, the UK government published its response to a consultation on the sectors of the economy which are to be subject to mandatory notification under the new inward investment regime to be introduced by the National Security and Investment Bill (the Bill), which is currently before (...)

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