Maurice Crespi is a highly skilled commercial attorney with over 25 years of experience in the field of commercial law, specializing in both transactional work and commercial litigation. Throughout his career, Maurice has been involved in numerous large-scale M&A transactions, corporate structuring and restructuring deals, BEE transactions, share incentive schemes, complex blockchain structuring agreements, property tokenization agreements, downstream binding NFT agreements, and more.
As a seasoned commercial litigator, Maurice has a unique advantage in drafting and negotiating agreements. Having litigated on agreements that have gone wrong, he is acutely aware of the intricacies of proper drafting to avoid such litigation in the first place. He is able to anticipate potential pitfalls and areas of disagreement, and can draft agreements that address those issues in advance, reducing the likelihood of disputes down the line.
Maurice’s extensive experience and expertise in commercial law have made him a trusted advisor to many high-profile clients in a variety of industries, including finance, technology, real estate, and more. He is recognized for his ability to provide sound legal advice and strategic guidance to his clients, helping them to navigate complex legal issues and achieve their business objectives. He has a team of experts who handle all aspects of commercial work, including setting up juristic and quasi-juristic entities, SPVs, trusts, secretarial work, and more.
In addition to his legal work, Maurice is also actively involved in the legal community. He is a frequent speaker at legal conferences and seminars, and he has published numerous articles on topics related to commercial law.
Overall, Maurice Crespi is a highly respected commercial attorney with a proven track record of success in handling complex legal matters for his clients. His expertise and experience in both transactional work and commercial litigation make him a valuable asset to any business looking to navigate the complexities of commercial law.