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No5 Barristers Chambers is ‘a very strong set’ for commercial, banking and insolvency, and Chancery matters; the team’s expertise covers high-value contested probate and Inheritance Act cases, proprietary estoppel matters and partnership, contractual, and company shareholder disputes, to name a few. In 2018 Angus Burden and Paul Dean joined from St Philips Chambers.

Ropewalk Chambers houses Stephen Beresford and Jonathan Owen, whose expertise includes contractual, company and shareholder disputes, real estate litigation, professional negligence matters and insolvency cases.

Recent work for St Ives Chambers’ commercial, banking, Chancery and insolvency team includes adverse possession, trespass, fraud and commercial litigation matters. In 2017 Tony Watkin appeared in the Court of Appeal in a breach of confidence case following exam papers used by a local council being published online without their permission. In 2017 Helen Swaffield left to establish her own set Contract Law Chambers.

St Philips Chambers has ‘depth and breadth’ in its commercial team, which handles instructions from across the spectrum of commercial, banking and Chancery law. The group is noted for its solid experience in insolvency matters as well as domestic and international commercial dispute resolution. In 2018 Matthew Weaver and Kate Rogers left to join Radcliffe Chambers while Angus Burden and Paul Dean moved to No5 Barristers Chambers.

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