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Shakespeare Martineau LLP

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Jayne Gardner

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Shakespeare Martineau LLP

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Debt Recovery




Jayne works with a variety of companies assisting them with all aspects of debt recovery. Clients include major blue chip companies in many different business sectors including factoring and invoice discounting, finance, accounting, recruitment, manufacturing, freight and energy suppliers.

She also works with clients to develop their internal credit control processes, sharing her credit management experience. Jayne will always provide sensible advice and solutions for clients, and will go the extra mile to ensure the services we provide meet their specific needs.

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Debt recovery

Within: Debt recovery

Shakespeare Martineau LLP’s team provides ‘effective and consistent service – the small claims process is efficient, and larger value claims are also progressed effectively, with good commercial advice given’. The firm acts for public bodies, industrial clients, consumer-facing businesses and utilities providers, but has a number of strong education clients too; Jayne Gardner continues to advise the University of Warwick on cross-border recovery of student debt from non-paying international alumni; she also assists the Edgbaston High School for Girls on recovering unpaid school fees. Alan Hamblett  is ‘very diligent, keeping to the relevant facts and asking the right questions - he is very successful for his clients’ – he handles various debt recovery litigation matters for public and private sector clients.

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