Clarion's 'friendly, approachable and professional' debt recovery practice assists local, national and international creditors with a range of high-value recovery matters. Daniel Carlton leads the team and has a focus on the leisure, construction, manufacturing and property sectors. Dale Fawcett focuses on utility and large volume collections, while Andrew McAulay complements the practice with costs and litigation funding expertise. The team works closely with head of insolvency Ryan Millmore and Dominic Blakeley and Kayleigh Fantoni, who are noted for contested debt issues. The group was also strengthened by the arrival of debt recovery executives Shelian Craig and Rebecca Williamson from Knights plc and Ward Hadaway LLP respectively.
Debt recovery in Yorkshire And The Humber
Other key lawyers:
Dale Fawcett; Andrew McAulay; Ryan Millmore; Dominic Blakely; Kayleigh Fantoni; Shelian Craig; Rebecca Williamson
‘The members of the team that we work with are friendly, approachable and professional. They keep us up to date with all of our claims and have a good recovery rate.’
‘Daniel Carlton effectively and efficiently manages our debt recovery cases. He is always upbeat and friendly in our catch up calls.’
Encon Insulation Limited
Bruntwood Investments PLC
Sanderson Weatherall LLP
Asics UK Limited
Admiral Taverns PLC
The Pink Link Limited
- Acting for Encon Insulation in collecting debts and assisting with insolvency matters. This involves issuing claim forms, bankruptcy petitions and winding up petitions.
- Assisting Shred-It with its own credit control function.
- Instructed by Bruntwood Investments plc in collecting commercial rent from tenants.
The recoveries department at DWF has the expertise to handle the full range of matters including collections, litigation, enforcement work and insolvency issues. National head of recoveries David Scottow has experience assisting a range of clients from local authorities and government bodies to national blue-chip corporates and financial institutions with debt litigation and insolvency work. Other key contacts include Kevin Feehan and Jeffersen Gledhill.
David Scottow; Kevin Feehan; Jeffersen Gledhill
Sainsburys Supermarkets Ltd
High Court Enforcement Officers Association
DX Network Services Limited
Marks And Spencer Plc
Asda Stores Ltd
WM Morrisons Supermarkets PLC
Scottish Water Business Stream Ltd
British Telecommunications Plc
Tesco Stores Limited
Genle Limited (GoTo Auctions)
- Advising an energy, technology and communications sector client on consultation services on adverse financial information and defended claims and County Court Judgments obtained by consumers.
- Acting for a metropolitan district council in respect of increasing in-year Council Tax collection.
- Advising a number of pensions trustees on the strategy for the recovery of overpayments made to deceased members.
LCF Law's debt recovery team is praised for offering 'a tailored solution' and 'seamless' service. The group assists its clients, which range from SMEs, to plcs, insolvency practitioners and government agencies, on a full range of recovery issues. Charles Abraham leads the dispute resolution department, while Andrew Langton heads up the corporate recovery offering.
Other key lawyers:
‘The debt recovery team is a small team which gives me tailored solutions for all of my debt collection requirements. I can pick the phone up at anytime and know I will always get the best practical advice available.’
‘The head of collections is Andrew Langton – he is my go to person for difficult and complex collection matters he will always provide me with the best advice available for each individual case. As a result of his direct involvement we have achieved some great results.’
‘Great people and systems make our partnership seamless and up-to-date.’
‘Andrew Langton is always on hand and available and his advice and strategic support is an asset to our business and LCF Law.’
Mabey Hire Ltd
Andrew Page 1917 Ltd
Smiths News Trading Limited
Adler and Allan Ltd
Abacus Express Ltd
GSF Car Parts
- Acting for VP plc in debt recovery matters, with a collection rate of approximately 75% of debt instructed.