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Position

Will is a partner in Dentons’ restructuring and insolvency group, specialising in corporate/debt restructuring and insolvency. He advises banks and other financial institutions; management and investors of financially distressed businesses; insolvency practitioners and other turnaround specialists engaged in restructuring and insolvency related assignments. Will advises in relation to a wide variety of sectors including financial institutions, leisure, retail, charities, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, manufacturing and coal. Assignments often involve advising on cross-border issues.

Career

Trained Osborne Clarke, London, qualified 1999; partner Dickinson Dees LLP (now Bond Dickinson LLP) 2008; partner Dentons UKMEA LLP 2011-present.

Education

(LLB Hons); (MA in International and Comparative Business Law).


London: Projects, energy and natural resources

Mining and minerals

Within: Mining and minerals

Neil Nicholson heads the mining offering in Dentons 's London office with substantial corporate M&A experience including share and business transactions, fund matters and equity capital markets. He is supported by insolvency and restructuring specialist Will Gunston and Evgenia Laurson who focuses on project financing matters in the energy sector and splits her time between London and Moscow. The firm's recent merger with Maclay, Murray & Spens added a significant Scotland-based strength to its overall offering, particularly in the domestic space.

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