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  1. Commercial, banking, insolvency and Chancery law – Leading silks
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Dere Street Barristers has expertise in commercial and Chancery disputes, including directors’ duties and partnership cases. Stephen Fletcher is a key name.

Enterprise Chambers is β€˜a solid set’ for commercial and Chancery matters, where members have expertise in insolvency matters, contentious trusts and probate, and shareholder disputes, among other areas. In February 2017, Jonathan Klein was appointed to the circuit bench.

Lisa Linklater is a key contact for commercial Chancery matters at Exchange Chambers; her practice includes high-value shareholder and insolvency disputes, and she recently acted for the administrators in a precedent-setting case regarding the scope of the court’s powers when ending administration.

Kings Chambers is noted for its strong insolvency team, where members represent companies, directors and debtors across a range of matters. Banking and commercial disputes are other key areas of expertise.

New Park Court Chambers houses James Normington and Ashley Tucker, who have particular expertise in traditional Chancery matters, notably wills, probate, and trusts.

Members of Park Square Barristers’ commercial and Chancery team have expertise in insolvency, TOLATA, probate, trusts, wills and contractual disputes, among other areas.

St Philips Stone handles a range of commercial and Chancery matters, including probate, trusts, wills, partnership, and shareholder and business sale disputes. Stuart Roberts successfully represented the claimant in the case of Pratt v Kingsley, a dispute over the validity of a will found five years after the death of the testator.

Trinity Chambers is well known for its expertise in Chancery law, where members act in cases involving wills and probate, trusts, estates, professional negligence, landlords and tenants, and insolvency, among other areas.

Zenith Chambers houses Nicola Phillipson, who has extensive experience in Chancery matters, particularly in probate and Inheritance Act cases.

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