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Nelsons Solicitors Limited

PROVINCIAL HOUSE, 37 NEW WALK, LEICESTER, LE1 6TU, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 0116 222 6666
Fax:
Fax 0116 222 6650
DX:
141220 LEICESTER 19
Email:
Web:
www.nelsonslaw.co.uk
Derby, Leicester, Nottingham

Rachel McCahill

Tel:
Work 0116 214 6678
Email:
Web:
www.nelsonslaw.co.uk/people/rachel-mccahill/
Nelsons Solicitors Limited

Work Department

Corporate and personal restructuring and insolvency.

Position

Partner. Insolvency specialist working on all aspects of contentious and non-contentious insolvency, including administrations; liquidations; company voluntary arrangements (CVA); law of property act receiverships (LPA receiver); bankruptcy; individual voluntary arrangements (IVA); antecedent transactions; restructuring; and personal guarantees.

Rachel acts for insolvency practitioners, directors, financial institutions, companies, businesses and individuals. Rachel is also a regular lecturer for MBL seminars.

Career

Trained Gateley (formely Gateley Wareing), qualified 1999, partner Nelsons 2013. 1997-2005 – Gateley (trainee, solicitor, associate); 2005-2008 – Eversheds (associate); 2008-2009 – Tollers (associate); 2009-2013 – Smith Partnership (associate, partner and head of department); 2013 Nelsons.

Member

- Member of R3 Association of Business Recovery Professionals;
- Committee member of the R3 East Midlands Ladies Committee;
- Founder member and committee member of LADS (Leicester Alternative Dining Society)

Education

Latimer School, Northamptonshire; Queen Mary and Westfield, University of London, College of Law, London (LLB 1996 2:1 Fifth in the year; LPC 1997 Commendation).

Leisure

Reading, football, cycling.


East Midlands: Finance

Insolvency and corporate recovery

Within: Leading individuals

Rachel McCahill - Nelsons Solicitors Limited

Within: Insolvency and corporate recovery

Active in both corporate and personal insolvency work, Nelsons Solicitors Limited has a strong profile in the East Midlands market, and fields insolvency and restructuring experts in each of its offices in Leicester, Nottingham and Derby. It also undertakes a significant amount of work for London-based clients. Rachel McCahill succeeded Simon Trees as practice head during 2018, with Trees maintaining an active practice, handling contentious matters for insolvency practitioners and trustees in bankruptcy. McCahill, who advises on administrations, liquidations, bankruptcies and misfeasance actions, has both defended and pursued actions against directors in connection with issues such as disguised remuneration and the recently introduced Loan Charge. Other practitioners to note are Chris Adams and Derby-based Kevin Modiri, with the latter highlighted for his expertise in complex bankruptcies.

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