Chloe Poskitt > Browne Jacobson LLP > Nottingham, England > Lawyer Profile

Browne Jacobson LLP

Work Department

Business and Professional Risk


Senior Associate, Chloe, specialises in commercial litigation and contentious insolvency. She advises clients on breaches of contract; misrepresentation claims; supplier and consumer disputes; injunctions; shareholder disputes; fraud; office holder claims; and cross-border recoveries. 

Chloe has a particular specialism in cases that involve breaches of restrictive covenants by senior executives. She has maturity and experience way beyond her years of qualification, developed through her constant dedication to providing clients with the service normally expected at partner level.

Chloe is also responsible for managing a significant case load for a multinational energy and services company.  Following Browne Jacobson’s re-appointment to that client’s panel for its disputes work, Chloe has overseen the majority of cases arising from that appointment.

Lawyer Rankings

East Midlands > Finance > Insolvency and corporate recovery

At Browne Jacobson LLP, which has a strong profile among domestic and international clients, recently promoted legal director Emma Taylor generates mandates from a broad base of corporate, public and private sector entities. The firm has a strong track record advising on all aspects of contentious and non-contentious personal and corporate insolvency matters. The scope of its work includes pre-appointment advice, appointments, investigations, antecedent recoveries and enforcement. Recent work includes Taylor, senior associate Chloe Poskitt and others working alongside KPMG LLP to assist the directors of The Quality Furniture Company Limited with its administration. Contentious insolvency expert Dominic Offord  left for Howard Kennedy LLP  in late 2018.

East Midlands > Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation: Nottingham and Derby

Browne Jacobson LLP combines a strong local market presence with an ability to cater to the needs of national and international clients in high-stakes, multimillion-pound disputes. It demonstrates market-leading capabilities across a wide of sectors, including manufacturing, retail, IT, finance and utilities, and was recently reappointed to the panel of a multinational energy company for its disputes work. ‘Exceptional‘ practice head Jonathan Tardif is the lead adviser to many other household names on their most complex and high-value contentious matters. Associate Chloe Poskitt handles a mix of contentious insolvency and commercial litigation (including breaches of contract, misrepresentation claims, office-holder claims, and supplier and consumer disputes). Dominic Offord moved to Howard Kennedy LLP.