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  1. Commercial, banking, insolvency and Chancery law – Leading silks
  2. Commercial, banking, insolvency and Chancery law – Leading juniors

Commercial, banking, insolvency and Chancery law – Leading silks

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The ‘exceptionalNo5 Barristers Chambers houses a range of experts in commercial, banking, insolvency and Chancery matters. Recent work ranges from high-value contractual, company shareholder and partnership disputes, to contested probate and Inheritance Act cases.

Ropewalk Chambers’ commercial practice covers shareholder disputes, insolvency matters and real estate litigation. Stephen Beresford and Jonathan Owen are key contacts.

St Ives Chambers’ commercial team has a wide range of expertise across Chancery and commercial matters including fraud, contractual disputes, lender litigation and insolvency. Michelle Caney has recently acted in a claim for possession case following a hostile takeover of a mosque.

Members of St Philips Chambers are experienced in domestic and international commercial dispute resolution. The team acts across all areas of commercial, banking and Chancery law, and is viewed as having ‘deep insolvency experience’. Recent case highlights include acting in a £4m professional negligence case involving alleged inaccurate auditing, and handling a contractual dispute regarding property investment in Dubai.

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