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College Chambers’ commercial team has experience in directors’ liability matters, partnership disputes, insolvency cases, and trusts and wills matters. Derek Marshall and Carol Davies are key contacts.

Commercial Chambers is home to Andrew Marsden, who is particularly noted for commercial, company and partnership disputes.

Guildhall Chambers has a ‘diversity of expertise’ in its commercial group and is ‘recognised nationally’ for high-value insolvency litigation. Members are also instructed in multimillion-pound professional negligence disputes and Chancery law matters, as well as niche areas such as Data Protection Act cases.

Michael Berkley is a key name at Magdalen Chambers for commercial matters and contentious probate.

No5 Barristers Chambers houses Omar Ensaff and David Taylor; Ensaff has expertise in insolvency proceedings and Taylor is known for his practice in professional negligence claims.

Pump Court Chambers houses experts in wills, inheritance and probate disputes, and is also strong across the spectrum of commercial litigation. In February 2017, Christopher Wilkins joined from Pallant Chambers.

At Queen Square Chambers, Hamish MacBean is well known for commercial contract disputes; in 2016, he acted for the claimants in Marshall v Tesco, regarding a defective solar panel installation. Charles Murray is active in insolvency cases.

St John’s Chambers has ‘strength in depth’, with members active in commercial litigation, professional negligence, banking, and – increasingly – bankruptcy and insolvency cases. It is also considered ‘the strongest Chancery set in Bristol’, and in this context, Leslie Blohm QC appeared in the Cowshed Cinderella case concerning a proprietary estoppel claim on a dairy farm.

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