Glenn Chidgey > Wedlake Bell LLP > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Wedlake Bell LLP
71 QUEEN VICTORIA STREET
LONDON
EC4V 4AY
England

Work Department

Business Recoveries

Position

Glenn specialises in contentious and non-contentious insolvency matters. He acts on behalf of banks, asset based lenders and insolvency practitioners in addition to advising companies on appropriate insolvency processes.

He deals with appointments of LPA Receivers, court appointed receivers, administrators and liquidators in relation to a variety of insolvent organisations. He also advises companies, banks, asset based lenders and Insolvency Practitioners regarding the validity of their security and the various options available to enforce them.

Glenn is regularly involved in litigation ranging from breach of contract to professional negligence claims. His practice covers general commercial litigation in both the High Court and County Court.

Career

Glenn was admitted as a Chartered Legal Executive in October 2012 and was made a Partner in April 2015. He became Head of Business Recoveries in April 2016. In March 2012, he completed an eight month secondment with a recovery team within the restructuring division of a major high street and commercial bank. 

Lawyer Rankings

London > Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation: mid-market

Wedlake Bell LLP is ‘an excellent firm and the members of the commercial litigation team are all very switched on‘. The practice routinely conducts cases in the High Court; and in a recent 12-month period, it also appeared in both the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeal. The practice covers matters including breach of contract, professional negligence, judicial review and company disputes, along with shareholder and partnership claims, banking and finance litigation, fraud, debt and asset recovery, and IT disputes. It is also extremely well-known for real estate litigation and construction disputes. David Golten is commercial litigation head, while Glenn Chidgey and Tal Goldsmith are insolvency specialists.