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Navinder Grover

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Teacher Stern LLP

Work Department

Commercial Litigation

Position

Navinder is an experienced Commercial Litigation Partner and Head of the Insolvency Department at Teacher Stern LLP. He also leads the Civil Confiscation and Restraint team.

Navinder is a robust litigator and a thoughtful strategist who has handled claims on behalf of HNWIs, multinationals and nation states. He is regularly involved in a broad range of complex litigation matters, from contractual and property to professional negligence disputes, including domestic litigation and international arbitration.

Representative Experience

Commercial litigation:

- Representing a Jersey Charitable Trust pursuing and defending litigation relating to a $10m    debt in the High Court, New York and Zurich, with enforcement against assets in BVI, Colorado and Florida.
- Pursuing contract and trust claims in relation to £6m family asset dispute.
- Challenging a High Court £3m judgement obtained by perjured evidence relating to assets in England and India.
- Pursuing an unfair prejudice petition for shareholders relating to a successful franchise operation across London valued at £6m.
- Defending a £1.3m dispute regarding loans passing between companies and private individuals totalling some £5.5m and involving parties from the UAE, Cayman Islands and London bringing a Trust claim against successfully defending a £3m dispute involving allegations of fraudulent misrepresentation and breach of warranties.
- Pursuing trust claim in relation to property development dispute valued at £3.5m.

Insolvency – for liquidators:
- £4m fraud claim against directors following unlawful restructure of group companies valued at £16m
- £2m fraud claim against directors following use of false loan and security documents and misfeasance.
- £1.5m claim against directors for misfeasance, wrongful and fraudulent trading
- Advising director/shareholder on the restructure of a £65m group of property and trading companies in administration and procuring the exit from administration after eight months.
- Advising lender on £4.5m loan to refinance company in administration and procure the exit from administration for the borrower.
- Representing shareholders defending public interest winding up petitions brought by the Secretary of State against their companies.
- Advising on directors disqualification proceedings.

Confiscation – asset recovery:
- Representing seven third parties and recovering £2.8m of confiscated assets in a claim against CPS.
- Securing release of £1.5m of confiscated property assets on behalf of family members of the defendant in £6m confiscation proceedings.
- Representing the wife of an alleged criminal to recover assets of £850,000 from terms of restraint order after their divorce.
- Obtaining a recalculation of the value/benefit of criminality, from £5.3m to £47,000 and securing the immediate release from prison of the defendant.
- Acting for wife and son of defendant in respect of constructive trust claim against family property and other assets worth £1.9m.

Career

Trained Simon & Company; qualified 1999; solicitor Simon & Company 1999-2000; Mundays 2000-03; Teacher Stem (2003-11); partner Teacher Stem 2011 to date.

Languages

Panjabi.

Member

Insolvency Practitioners Association; Proceeds of Crime Lawyers Association; International Bar Association.

Education

Judd School; Birmingham University (1994 LLB (Hons); LPC (1995); Certificate of Proficiency in Insolvency (2009).

Leisure

Vice-chair and trustee of charity (UKPHA- Sikh history), hockey, cricket, running.


London: Dispute resolution

Commercial litigation

Within: Commercial litigation

Teacher Stern LLP's 'experienced, efficient team provides a complete litigation service'. The practice covers contractual and shareholder actions, fraud and asset tracing claims, mis-selling disputes, and professional negligence. The key contacts are insolvency head Navinder Grover as well as  Jack Rabinowicz, Clare Toomer, Rajesh Pabla and Philip Rubens.

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