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Commercial, banking, insolvency and Chancery law – Leading juniors

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    • Paul Ashwell - 1 Crown Office Row, BrightonKnown for his practice across a range of commercial matters.’
    • Marcus Croskell - East Anglian ChambersExperienced in contractual and insolvency disputes.’
    • James Davies - 3PBFearless and clever.’
    • Richard Egleton - Pallant ChambersRecommended for Chancery disputes.’
    • Marc Living - Pallant ChambersKnown for handling complex commercial disputes.’
    • Nicholas Michael - East Anglian ChambersComfortable and confident opposite a silk.’
    • Simon Redmayne - East Anglian ChambersHe has strong legal understanding and an acute grasp of the human condition.’
    • Adrian Salter - Pallant ChambersExperienced in commercial disputes and contract litigation matters.’
    • Nicholas Saunders - Fenners ChambersHe is extremely thorough and nothing is too much trouble for him.’
    • Andrew Sheriff - 3PBVery experienced in contractual disputes.’
    • Simon Sinnatt - 1 Crown Office Row, BrightonHis practice includes insolvency and professional negligence cases.’
    • Araba Taylor - Fenners ChambersShe has an instinctive and insightful way with words.’
    • Gregory Tee - Guildford ChambersVery experienced in bankruptcy and insolvency matters.’
    • Tom Worthen - Pallant ChambersHe has an excellent bedside manner with clients.’

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The group at 1 Crown Office Row, Brighton has particular expertise in commercial disputes involving contracts, partnerships and misrepresentation.

3PB’s commercial practice covers a variety of areas, including insolvency, shareholder disputes and directors’ disqualification matters. James Davies is known for SME disputes, while Andrew Sheriff is experienced in the field of contractual claims.

East Anglian Chambers’ team covers the full spectrum of commercial matters. Chancery cases are also a predominate area of instruction for the set.

Fenners Chambers receives instructions in cases covering family businesses, contractual disputes and bankruptcy. It is also noted for transport-related work in the shipping and aviation sectors.

Guildford Chambers houses Gregory Tee, who is well known for his practice in Chancery law including insolvency disputes and TOLATA cases.

Pallant Chambers’ commercial team has ‘great depth’, with members being instructed in commercial disputes, professional negligence claims and breach of contract cases.

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