Tim is a Partner in the firm’s Corporate and Commercial team and is one of the most respected corporate lawyers in the South East, with more than 25 years experience in the regional market, a string of high profile awards and is recognised by Chambers and Partners 2019 and The Legal 500 2018.
Tim was previously Head of Corporate and Commercial at Rawlison Butler and also held the role of Managing Partner there between 2002 – 2010.
Tim is a trusted advisor to businesses nationally and internationally. Predominantly focused on mid-market companies he also has specialist sector expertise in technology, manufacturing, motor, real estate and professional services.
Experience and approach
With more than two decades experience both as a corporate lawyer and in business leadership and management roles, Tim has a proven track record of leading project team’s to help businesses realise and deliver their strategic objectives.
Areas of expertise
- Mergers & acquisitions
- Corporate governance and compliance
- Leadership and mentoring
“The team was further strengthened by the addition of Tim Sadka, who joined in September 2017 and, according to one client, ‘brings a depth of experience and technical capability to an already effective and versatile team’.”
Quote from The Legal 500, 2018
“Tim Sadka deals with a wide range of matters, including corporate structuring and M&A, and is highly experienced handling transactions for mid-market businesses and SMEs. Clients say he offers “excellent guidance and advice.”
Quote from Chambers UK 2019
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