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Commercial, banking, insolvency and Chancery law – Leading juniors

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    • Paul Ashwell - Crown Office RowHe adopts a very clear and methodical approach to a range of commercial matters.
    • Marcus Croskell - East Anglian ChambersHe adds value and has a real commitment to his cases.
    • James Davies - 3PBExcellent to work with, he is methodical and thorough in high-value commercial disputes.
    • Richard Egleton - Pallant ChambersExperienced in shareholder disputes and cases with an international element.
    • Marc Living - Pallant ChambersRecommended for company and shareholder disputes.
    • Nicholas Michael - East Anglian ChambersA sharp mind and a great tactician.
    • Simon Redmayne - East Anglian ChambersHe has a pragmatic approach and is a real problem solver.
    • Adrian Salter - Pallant ChambersRecommended for high-value professional negligence claims.
    • Nicholas Saunders - Fenners ChambersAn expert in aviation and shipping law.
    • Andrew Sheriff - 3PBHe has an eye for detail, and an excellent ability to communicate with solicitors and clients.
    • Simon Sinnatt - Crown Office RowA practical and strategic barrister with a focus on commercial and property matters.
    • Araba Taylor - Fenners ChambersRecommended for Chancery matters.
    • Gregory Tee - Guildford ChambersAlways goes the extra mile.
    • Christopher Wilkins - Pallant ChambersHe always understands the commercial drivers of a dispute and is incredibly calm.
    • Tom Worthen - Pallant ChambersVery personable, with excellent written opinions and advocacy skills.

At 3PB, key areas of expertise include professional liability and company disputes. James Davies has worked on cases concerning county councils and disputes with household franchises. Andrew Sheriff is well known for his breach of contract expertise.

Crown Office Row’s commercial practice has a distinct Chancery law bent, with members handling trusts, insolvency, company and partnership disputes. Fraud is another area of expertise.

East Anglian Chambers houses experts in a range of commercial areas, but is most well known for its Chancery work. Simon Redmayne heads up the practice.

Fenners Chambers has experts in specialist areas such as bankruptcy, aviation and shipping. Araba Taylor is particularly well known for her family business practice and Chancery work.

Guildford Chambers is home to Gregory Tee, who has expertise in Chancery cases including TOLATA, trusts and probate matters.

Pallant Chambers’ commercial group ‘regularly punches above its weight’. The set has a solid professional negligence practice particularly with regards to solicitor negligence cases. The arrival of Adrian Salter, from the recently dissolved 11 Stone Buildings, has bolstered the group’s banking expertise; the team is currently working on multiple claims concerning the mis-calculation of mortgages.

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