Mr Uday Patel > Judge & Priestley LLP > Bromley, England > Lawyer Profile

Judge & Priestley LLP
DX 117600 BROMLEY 7

Work Department

Dispute Resolution / Debt Recovery




Uday joined Judge & Priestley in 2010 and qualified in 2013. Uday was made a Partner in 2018.

Uday is a Partner in the Debt Recovery team, with considerable experience of dealing with the recovery of a wide range of high value debt types and complex commercial disputes.

Since joining Judge & Priestley, Uday has acted for, and continues to act for, a wide range of clients in both the public and private sectors. Uday has a caseload of matters focusing on commercial contractual disputes (supply of goods and services), the recovery of council tax and housing benefit overpayments, leasehold service charge disputes, consumer credit debts and disputes arising from the provision of utilities.

Uday also has considerable experience and knowledge of dealing with corporate and personal insolvency, relating to the filing or winding up and bankruptcy petitions, applications to set aside statutory demands, applications to annul and applications for block transfer.

After graduating from the College of Law, Uday worked as a paralegal assisting in commercial and residential property transactions and litigation work. He then worked for some time at the Financial Ombudsman Service, gaining in depth commercial knowledge while adjudicating disputes between customers and banks.


Lawyer Rankings

South East > Dispute resolution > Debt recovery

(Next Generation Partners)

Uday PatelJudge & Priestley LLP

London > Dispute resolution > Debt recovery

Judge & Priestley LLP‘s practice is subdivided between commercial and local authority litigation and asset recoveries, and subrogated insurance claims. Rachel Addai takes the lead on local authority debt recovery, with Mark Oakley also assisting in local authority debt and leaseholder disputes. Uday Patel heads the finance and utility debt recovery. Mark Younger and Robert Davis oversee the recovery operations and processes for insurance clients.