With over 20 years’ experience in both corporate and energy law, Malcolm advises clients across numerous industry sectors but has gained particular expertise, and an in-depth knowledge and understanding of the energy industry (with a particular focus on upstream energy matters, energy transition and renewable energy). In this area, he provides advice on all aspects of energy law, including the acquisition/disposal of upstream assets and energy projects, joint venture and joint development arrangements, data licensing arrangements and energy development projects.

From a renewable energy point of view, Malcolm has a particular focus on translating ESG and mandatory reporting obligations. He helps clients understand their regulatory requirements, establishing compliant due diligence and efficient auditing procedures, drafting contracts, and reviewing procurement and supply-chain processes, minimising risk to a company’s reputation and shareholder value. If you would like to learn more about what we can offer you in the ESG space, please click here.

Malcolm also advises clients on all aspects of corporate and commercial law with expertise in M&A/transactional work, equity investments, joint ventures, start-ups and employee share schemes. Whilst Malcolm’s client are typically involved in the energy sector, he also acts for clients in the technology, healthcare and food & drink sectors.

Malcolm is listed as a recommended lawyer in both Corporate and Commercial in the 2023 edition of Legal 500 UK.