Set Profile > Enterprise Chambers > London, England

Chambers of James Pickering QC
Enterprise Chambers
9 OLD SQUARE, LINCOLN'S INN
LONDON
WC2A 3SR
England

North Eastern Circuit > Commercial litigation Tier 1

The commercial litigation team at Enterprise Chambers has 'good strength in depth' and is regularly instructed across the spectrum of contentious matters. Complex unfair prejudice petitions have been prominent in Margaret Griffin's workload. The 'very sharp and extremely hardworking' Matthew Maddison's 'technical knowledge and written advice is second to none'. The 'very responsive' Cristín Toman is sought after for her expertise in commercial injunctions. Duncan Heath 'is very good on his feet and has a calm, measured approach which always impresses judges and clients alike'.

Leading Juniors

Hugo Groves - Enterprise ChambersA tenacious team player.
Ranked: Tier 1
Margaret Griffin - Enterprise ChambersMargaret is unstoppable. Her business acumen is second to none and her advocacy is superb.
Ranked: Tier 2
Duncan Heath - Enterprise ChambersDuncan is incredibly user-friendly. He understands the commercial realities of a client's position and offers pragmatic advice accordingly.
Ranked: Tier 2
Matthew Maddison - Enterprise ChambersMatthew is truly excellent in all respects - an impressive advocate who never gets flustered.
Ranked: Tier 2
Cristín Toman - Enterprise ChambersShe is very bright and communicative with an eye for detail. Client-friendly.
Ranked: Tier 2

Testimonials

Clerking

The clerks are fantastic. Joanne Caunt in particular is brilliant – nothing is too much trouble and she is always available‘.

Helpful and efficient‘.

Western Circuit > Company and insolvency Tier 1

Enterprise Chambers' Bristol office fields a team with established expertise in handling insolvency litigation. Stephen Davies QC is singled out as 'a leading specialist in insolvency work', and the 'tenacious' Jeremy Bamford is 'a well-known insolvency junior'. The 'calm, considered and commercialChristopher Brockman is sought after for a wide range of personal and corporate insolvency issues, including advice on breaches of fiduciary duty claims. The 'very capable' Daisy Brown is regularly instructed in shareholders' disputes and misfeasance cases.

Leading Silks

Stephen Davies QC - Enterprise ChambersHe is formidable in applying lateral thinking to a problem.
Ranked: Tier 1

Leading Juniors

Jeremy Bamford - Enterprise ChambersJeremy is very accessible and reassuring in a difficult situation.
Ranked: Tier 1
Christopher Brockman - Enterprise ChambersHe is quick-thinking and great on his feet, with a pragmatic approach.
Ranked: Tier 1
Daisy Brown - Enterprise ChambersShe can truly battle her cases.
Ranked: Tier 1

Testimonials

Set

‘A consistently good and reputable set.’

‘Tremendous strength in depth – a good stable of juniors to support where more senior juniors become hearing blocked.’

‘A strong set and go-to for insolvency work.’

‘The philosophy is that nothing is too much trouble for the benefit of the client. I regularly attend webinars organised by the set and find the presentations to be both topical and technically excellent.’

‘They have a strong offering in the senior-junior area, who are well capable of dealing with the full array of insolvency applications and issues.’

Clerking

‘The clerking is excellent.’

‘Justin Emmett is a wonder who makes things so much easier. A cool head in a crisis he never panics but seamlessly sorts things out. He has particularly shone in the pandemic when emergency hearings are hard to organise. The court officials respect him and respond positively to his communications.’

‘Justin Emmett is a wonder. Nothing is too much trouble. I am hugely indebted to him for his help dealing with difficult cases.’

North Eastern Circuit > Company and insolvency Tier 1

'A good strong set for insolvency work', Enterprise Chambers' team is regularly instructed in complex large-scale insolvency cases, and is well versed in handling a broad spectrum of company-related issues. Matthew Maddison appeared in Re: Arlington Infrastructure Limited, involving a challenge to the validity of an out-of-court appointment of administrators, as well as determining whether a qualifying floating charge may be rendered “unenforceable” under Paragraph 16 of Schedule B1, which requires the charge to be enforceable before an administrator can be appointed. The 'confident' Kelly Bond appeared for the successful trustees in Re Lasytsyaa bankruptcy case where a bankrupt's attempt to set aside a search and seizure order made under section 365 of the Insolvency Act 1986 was dismissed. The case involved issues of implementing appropriate safeguards when drafting the mentioned orders at a without notice hearing, and the requirement for full and frank disclosure on applications made without notice.

Leading Juniors

Kelly Bond - Enterprise ChambersKelly is thorough in her approach and intellectually astute. An exceptional and persuasive advocate.
Ranked: Tier 1
Hugo Groves - Enterprise ChambersHugo is a strong advocate, extremely quick on his feet with excellent cross-examination skills.
Ranked: Tier 1
Matthew Maddison - Enterprise ChambersAn impressive advocate: very sharp, extremely hard working, and proactive.
Ranked: Tier 1
Ranked: Tier 2
Duncan Heath - Enterprise ChambersA very pragmatic junior with a commercial approach.
Ranked: Tier 2

Testimonials

Clerking

Joanne Caunt is brilliant and goes above and beyond‘.

Joanne Caunt and Ellen McInall are very good and always available to help‘.

North Eastern Circuit > Property and construction Tier 1

Enterprise Chambers has 'marked strength in property and landlord and tenant disputes'. The 'intellectually exceptional' Christopher Buckingham is representing a landlord in litigation concerning alleged unlawful forfeiture. Dominic Crossley appeared in the Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) in a case where it was ruled that restrictive covenants affecting a burdened title can become obsolete when the original beneficiaries are deceased. Proprietary estoppel claims have been prominent in Bruce Walker's recent workload.

Leading Juniors

Christopher Buckingham - Enterprise ChambersHe is fabulously bright: a careful strategist who is more than a match for opponents many years his senior. Superb on his feet and clear on papers.
Ranked: Tier 1
Dominic Crossley - Enterprise ChambersDominic's greatest strength is his superb technical knowledge, particularly in relation to trust law, and his ability to combine this with commercial reality. He delivers technical advice to lay clients in a very understated and down to earth manner.
Ranked: Tier 1
Bruce Walker - Enterprise ChambersBruce is a very able advocate with a genuine eye for detail. He is very clear with clients and quickly gains their confidence.
Ranked: Tier 1
Ranked: Tier 2
Duncan Heath - Enterprise ChambersCalm, clinical, persuasive, hard working and a delight to deal with.
Ranked: Tier 2
Ranked: Tier 2
Ranked: Tier 2

Testimonials

Set

‘A very good set of barristers with good upcoming juniors.’

‘They have a marked strength in real property and landlord and tenant disputes. There is always a capable, approachable and friendly barrister available.’

‘Enterprise is an excellent chambers, providing a City level of service and expertise, but at a regional price. Clients are delighted by the service and assistance that they receive from barristers at Enterprise.’

Clerking

‘The clerks are very efficient and helpful. Joanne Caunt in particular is extremely helpful.’

‘Very professional service.’

‘Always provided with a good service by the Leeds clerks, Joanne Caunt and Ellen McInall.’

North Eastern Circuit > Chancery, probate, and tax Tier 2

Enterprise Chambers is an 'excellent set giving a specialist commercial and Chancery service to the North Eastern Circuit'. The team has established strength in handling Inheritance Act claims and probate and trusts work; the 'absolutely excellent' Stephanie Jarron and the 'fearless' Margaret Griffin have noted expertise in contentious probate matters. Griffin is acting in a ongoing case involving a dispute over the validity of a will. Dominic Crossley is singled out for 'his superb technical knowledge in relation to trust law'. Chris Dunk is another key practitioner to note.

Leading Juniors

Margaret Griffin - Enterprise ChambersMargaret is a strong advocate and a tough negotiator, and combines these skills with an excellent client manner which instills great confidence.
Ranked: Tier 1
Dominic Crossley - Enterprise ChambersDominic's calm and measured manner is always well received. He is excellent on his feet and never flustered. He is always very well prepared.
Ranked: Tier 2
Chris Dunk - Enterprise ChambersA well organised and thorough barrister with the ability to liaise well with clients.
Ranked: Tier 2
Stephanie Jarron - Enterprise ChambersShe has an encyclopedic knowledge of disputed probate matters. An accomplished advocate with a very talented eye for detail. She is not to be underestimated.
Ranked: Tier 2

Testimonials

Set

Enterprise Chambers has a good number of barristers in this field who undertake this work with skill and care‘.

Brilliant, effective and efficient‘.

A grounded set‘.

Clerking

The clerks are of the highest calibre. Responsive and solution driven‘.

The clerks are so friendly and lovely to deal with‘.

Joanne Caunt and Ellen McInall are first rate: very quick to respond, nothing is a problem and they always find a solution‘.

Joanne Caunt and Ellen McInall will always go the extra mile‘.

Joanne Caunt is always helpful and will sort out any enquiries within a matter of minutes. She is reliable, efficient and friendly‘.

Midland Circuit > Company and insolvency

Leading Juniors

Amit Gupta - Enterprise ChambersAmit is extremely approachable, communicates clearly and produces written work of a high quality with a keen attention to detail. He provides technically correct advice whilst having an eye on commercial considerations.
Ranked: Tier 2

London Bar > Insolvency Tier 3

A number of the more high-profile insolvency cases of recent years have seen significant involvement from Enterprise Chambers‘ members, in particular, complex insurance insolvencies have been a forté. James Pickering QC had a very strong first year as silk, acting for the joint liquidators of Mintpal, a defunct cryptocurrency exchange, in what is thought to be the first provisional liquidation based on a debt in digital currency. The set boasts a strong pool of juniors, including Linden Ife, who has a niche expertise in recovering unlawful dividends paid pre-insolvency; and Kavan Gunaratna, an expert in cases with a commercial, property, or banking slant.

Leading Silks

Stephen Davies QCEnterprise ChambersIf you have a very difficult case against a formidable opponent you will hope that he is available.
Ranked: Tier 5

2020 Silks

James Pickering QCEnterprise ChambersExtremely knowledgeable but also able to convey his complex ideas to clients in simple terms, and his general conduct with clients is second to none.

Leading Juniors

Linden IfeEnterprise ChambersA hugely impressive and authoritative barrister, her manner commands respect, for her obvious intelligence and for the thoroughness of her consideration.
Ranked: Tier 1
Kavan GunaratnaEnterprise ChambersAn excellent advocate, solicitors always know that nothing will be missed and every stone will be overturned when Kavan is preparing a case for hearing.
Ranked: Tier 2
Ranked: Tier 3
Niall McCullochEnterprise ChambersHardworking, approachable and has sound judgment.
Ranked: Tier 3
Simon JohnsonEnterprise ChambersSimon is an incredible advocate; to the point, concise and convincing.
Ranked: Tier 4
Jennifer MeechEnterprise ChambersJennifer is a very clever barrister and is superb on her feet.
Ranked: Tier 4
Geoffrey ZelinEnterprise ChambersA technically strong, unflappable, measured advocate.
Ranked: Tier 4
Ranked: Tier 5
James DaviesEnterprise ChambersJames has excellent technical acumen, great attention to detail and will always find a solution to a problem.
Ranked: Tier 5
Amit GuptaEnterprise ChambersHighly knowledgeable, well prepared and approaches matters practically.
Ranked: Tier 5
Ranked: Tier 5

Testimonials

Set

Excellent, and a go-to for commercial & insolvency work.

Enterprise Chambers offer a fantastic service.

Good strength in depth and very good insolvency set.

A strong set for insolvency.

I have always found Enterprise to be a helpful and user-friendly set.

Clerking

Very impressed with their clerking abilities, particularly Raj Lamba.

Raj Lamba always provides an efficient and friendly service on all instructions.

The clerks are responsive and helpful. I would particularly commend Michael Ireland and Luke Clark.

Frazer Gale-Sinclair, Michael Ireland and Raj Lamba are always keen to assist and revert quickly.

A commercially savvy clerks team who are always keen to build relationships.

London Bar > Commercial litigation Tier 4

Enterprise Chambers is 'a go-to for commercial and insolvency work' with 'a strong team across the chambers'. The set differs from others in the London rankings due to its strong UK footprint, with locations in Bristol, Leeds, and Newcastle, in addition to the capital. James Pickering QC is one of the set's lead silks for Commercial Court claims and recently advised the liquidators on Hotel Portfolio II UK Ltd v SMA Investment Holdings Ltd, a matter which has feature complex privilege issues. The set has a strong stable of senior juniors, including Linden Ife, who represented the claimants in Close Brothers Asset Finance v A&M Commercials Ltd, involving claims of misrepresentation that could have implications for the asset finance market. Niall McCulloch, Edward Cohen and Geoffrey Zelin also have active commercial practices.

2020 Silks

James Pickering QC - Enterprise ChambersExtremely knowledgeable, but also able to convey his complex ideas to clients in simple terms, and his general conduct with clients is second to none.

Leading Juniors

Linden Ife - Enterprise ChambersA very robust advocate, meticulous attention to detail who provides very strong written work.
Ranked: Tier 2
Niall McCullochEnterprise ChambersHardworking, approachable and with sound judgement.
Ranked: Tier 3
Edward Cohen - Enterprise ChambersEdward is very thorough and has an extraordinary grasp of the law and the relevant issues. Very calm and clear, offering the client security and satisfaction.
Ranked: Tier 5
Jennifer Meech - Enterprise ChambersA tenacious advocate who is happy to take on more senior counsel and even silks. She is technically good too and someone you would want on your side.
Ranked: Tier 5
Geoffrey Zelin - Enterprise ChambersA technically strong, unflappable and measured advocate.
Ranked: Tier 5

Testimonials

Set

‘It is a close-knit set who work well together. A good range of barristers, but with some very notable talent. Excellent clerks. A considerable number of well-delivered webinars in particular over the last year and first rate seminars on specific subjects.’

‘Quality and depth at all levels.’

‘The set is going from strength to strength and growing throughout the country. They have been hosting a series of webinars on topical subjects which have all been very well received and is something I consider they should continue with. ‘

‘Enterprise are superb for insolvency and contract disputes.’

‘Our go to set for chancery litigation. Strength in depth, user friendly, flexible on fees.’

Clerking

‘Luke Clark and Michael Ireland are personable, hard-working and extremely responsive. Hard to find clerks in other sets who deliver the same service.’

‘The clerking team are formidable. They will move heaven and earth to help. With Michael Ireland at the clerking helm, there is nothing this set cannot achieve.’

‘Responsive, very capable and hard working clerks. Service delivered superior to that in other sets.’

‘Luke Clark and Michael Ireland are the two clerks I have dealt with. They have been very responsive, easy to deal with and reasonable and flexible in relation to financial arrangements.’

‘The clerks are the best I have worked with – always willing and keen to provide the service I need.’

London Bar > Social housing

Leading Juniors

Sally Blackmore - Enterprise ChambersSally is an excellent lawyer and is on top of the game; what she does not know about social housing law probably isn't worth knowing. Sally has a practical, common sense approach, gives clear, concise advice, meets deadlines and produces excellent written work.
Ranked: Tier 4

Dispute resolution > Mediators Tier 5

Jonathan Arkush – Enterprise Chambers  Highly experienced mediator Jonathan Arkush at Enterprise Chambers has conducted over 350 mediations to date across a wide range of practice areas. Arkush recently mediated a dispute involving allegations that a sibling had stripped the parents of assets and hidden them.

London Bar > Property litigation Tier 5

Enterprise Chambers is a focused real estate litigation set, primarily acting for mid-tier City and national law firms. Members are heavily involved in landlord and tenant litigation, as well as more recently representing clients in mortgage and lease disputes. Kavan Gunaratna represents major landowners, business tenants, and companies in in business tenancy litigation, property-insolvency cases, and service charge disputes, acting for the owner of the Tolworth Tower against Travelodge’s controversial CVA proposals. Geoffrey Zelin is representing Royal London in its well-publicised dispute with Boots over the liability for rent under a number of leases. Sally Ann Blackmore represents residential and commercial clients in a variety of proceedings, including representing defendants in respect of a claim for damages and an injunction for breach of an alleged easement and trespass involving parcels of registered and unregistered land.

Leading Juniors

Ranked: Tier 2
Edward FrancisEnterprise ChambersEd has a great intellect and technical ability. He knows his law when it comes to property/ insolvency.
Ranked: Tier 3
Ranked: Tier 4
Ranked: Tier 4
Ranked: Tier 5
Ranked: Tier 5
Jennifer MeechEnterprise ChambersShe is clear, precise and has an excellent bedside manner (so to speak). She has a self assured manner and gravitas. She was put under pressure with the matter I instructed her on given the late instruction and urgent court deadlines. She handled it extremely well and navigated the Court politics beautifully. A safe pair of hands.
Ranked: Tier 5

Testimonials

Set

The chambers are responsive and have a great strength in depth in particular on matters relating to property and insolvency.

Enterprise Chambers are a great set, particularly given their property and insolvency cross-over. They have offered phenomenal training during the pandemic which helped navigate some very difficult quick moving legislative changes.

Clerking

The clerks are all responsive.

Michael Ireland and Luke Clark are excellent and responsive.

Good long-term relationship with all the clerks who are responsive and flexible on fees when the need arises.

London Bar > Company and partnership

Enterprise Chambers houses ‘a great range of juniors’ for all matters pertaining to company law. Linden Ife, who ‘takes no prisoners’ in complex shareholder litigation, is particularly noteworthy, having defended oil executive Peter Young against insider trading allegations raised by investment firm FCFM. Niall McCulloch represented the municipality of Mariana in Brazil in a dispute with BHP after the Fundão dam collapse, which involved complex issues of corporate personality. Geoffrey Zelin has a particular interest in directors’ disqualification disputes whereas Edward Cohen’s practice covers both company and partnerships law and is currently representing various claimants in a dispute with an architecture LLP.

Company - Leading Juniors

Linden IfeEnterprise ChambersReally knows her stuff and gives clear advice . A very good (and punchy) advocate.
Ranked: Tier 1
Niall McCullochEnterprise ChambersVery personable and easy to work with. Always gives the impression of having time to discuss matters, never rushed and employs a thoughtful approach.
Ranked: Tier 2
Edward CohenEnterprise ChambersEdward combines first-class legal skills both in drafting and advocacy with a practical and user-friendly approach.
Ranked: Tier 3
Ranked: Tier 3
Simon JohnsonEnterprise ChambersA strong advocate who makes winning points, unafraid to take on heavyweight silks unled.
Ranked: Tier 4

Partnership - Leading juniors

Edward CohenEnterprise ChambersEdward combines first-class legal skills both in drafting and advocacy with a practical and user-friendly approach.
Ranked: Tier 3

Testimonials

Set

Down to earth, very friendly set, always on hand to offer suitable counsel for a variety of work.

Very good set offering insolvency expertise at every level.

A good set in both London and Leeds, with members who , together, cover virtually all of the waterfront relevant to company/commercial disputes.

Strength in depth and availability of trusted counsel is invaluable.

Clerking

Clerks are always willing to assist and be proactive in offering suitable counsel without being forceful in their recommendations.

The clerks are responsive and helpful. I would particularly commend Michael Ireland and Luke Clark.

Very efficient.

First class. Michael Ireland is consistently calm, responsive and reliable.

The clerking team is always on hand to assist.

 

Enterprise Chambers is a leading set of barristers, specialising in commercial, business and property related disputes.

The set: Enterprise Chambers is unique among commercial sets in offering a nationwide presence. It has established premises in London, Bristol, Leeds and Newcastle upon Tyne and fields barristers throughout England and Wales. The set values are robustly commercial. Members understand the needs of the solicitors who instruct them and their lay clients. They aim to meet those needs with rapidly delivered, high quality, commercially sound advice and representation. Members are familiar with and experienced in all courts and tribunals, including regulatory and property tribunals, and mediations and arbitrations.

Types of work undertaken: Members carry out work across a wide range of commercial, business and property problems encountered by private individuals, small- and medium-enterprises, large corporations and public authorities alike. The set can field individual barristers at any level or a team of barristers able to take on the largest and most complex litigation. The sets core specialisms are commercial chancery, including commercial, company, insolvency, banking & financial services, property/landlord and tenant both commercial and residential and professional negligence.

The sets expertise within insolvency and property uniquely places it to deal with disputes which involve both.

Insolvency covers international and cross-border insolvency and all matters appertaining to liquidations, receiverships, administrations, voluntary arrangements, schemes of arrangement and bankruptcies, with members frequently acting for and against insolvency practitioners engaged in the adjustment of prior transactions.

Commercial work covers all legal and strategic issues facing individuals, businesses and public authorities today. These include contract, restraint of trade, loans, guarantees and other securities, sale of goods, insurance, competition law, civil fraud and tax.

Company and partnership problems, including directors€™ liabilities and disqualification, shareholder and partner disputes, unfair prejudice, derivative actions, dissolution claims and quasi-partnerships

Banking & Finance covers mortgages and charges, guarantees and indemnities, receivership and administration, negligent investment advice, product mis-selling, payment fraud and misdirected payments, project finance, hire-purchase and asset finance

Property/landlord and tenant covers all aspects of business, residential and agricultural tenancies, mortgages, conveyancing, easements, covenants, adverse possession, environmental law, housing, sale of land, legal and beneficial interests in land, and registration of land.

Members additionally cover professional negligence involving accountants, architects, barristers, insolvency practitioners, engineers, solicitors and surveyors. All aspects of licensing and regulation increasingly faced by individuals and businesses are addressed, including environmental, water and waste licensing, building regulation and remediation, as well as the licensing of alcohol, entertainment, betting, gaming, lotteries, firearms and taxis.

Many of the set€s members are recognised in the major directories as leaders in their fields and all are known to their clients for their approachability, expertise and commercial acumen.

 

Department Name Email Telephone
Senior Clerk Michael Ireland
Chambers Administrator Tracey Collins
Clerk Luke Clark
Clerk Raj Lamba
Clerk Frazer Gale-Sinclair
Clerk Kenya Mendoza
Clerk Jade Farrow
Clerk Justin Emmett
Clerk Joanne Caunt
Clerk Ellen Mcinall
Clerk Michelle Carson
Members of Chambers PICKERING QC, James (1991)
Members of Chambers DAVIES QC, Stephen (1983, QC 2000)
Members of Chambers PAGE QC, Hugo (1977, QC 2002)
Members of Chambers COHEN, Edward (1972)
Members of Chambers ARKUSH, Jonathan (1977)
Members of Chambers IFE, Linden (1982)
Members of Chambers ZELIN, Geoffrey (1984)
Members of Chambers BARKER, James (1984)
Members of Chambers BROCKMAN, Christopher (1985)
Members of Chambers GROVES, Hugo (1980)
Members of Chambers LEVY, Neil (1986)
Members of Chambers KENNEDY-McGregor, Marilyn (1989)
Members of Chambers BAMFORD, Jeremy (1989)
Members of Chambers JARRON, Stephanie (1990)
Members of Chambers WILLIAMSON, Bridget (1993)
Members of Chambers WALKER, Bruce (1994)
Members of Chambers FRANCIS, Edward (1995)
Members of Chambers ILYAS, Shaiba (1998)
Members of Chambers McCULLOCH, Niall (2000)
Members of Chambers JOHNSON, Simon (2000)
Members of Chambers FENTEM, Ross (2003)
Member of Chambers BLACKMORE, Sally-Anne (2003)
Members of Chambers GUNARATNA, Kavan (2004)
Members of Chambers TOMAN, Cristin (2004)
Members of Chambers GRIFFIN, Margaret (2004)
Members of Chambers GUPTA, Amit (2006)
Members of Chambers BROWN, Daisy (2006)
Members of Chambers CROSSLEY, Dominic (2006)
Members of Chambers READ, Emma (2006)
Members of Chambers BOND, Kelly (2007)
Members of Chambers HEATH, Duncan (2007)
Members of Chambers MEECH, Jennifer (2008)
Members of Chambers GALE, Phillip (2008)
Members of Chambers DAVIES, James (2009)
Members of Chambers BUCKINGHAM, Christopher (2009)
Members of Chambers ROYLE, Chris (2009)
Members of Chambers MADDISON, Matthew (2010)
Members of Chambers BROOKE, Jessica (2012)
Members of Chambers DIXON, Madeline (2013)
Members of Chambers THOMPSON, Claire (2014)
Members of Chambers TODD, Fiona (2014)
Members of Chambers DUNK, Chris (2014)
Members of Chambers INNES, Mari (2017)
Members of Chambers HODGE, Samuel (2018)
Members of Chambers GRAHAM, Otis (2017)
Members of Chambers PURNELL, Georgia (2018)
Members of Chambers MALLOCH, Kirsty (2018)
VACANI, Ella (2019)
Members of Chambers LANGAN QC, HH Peter*
Members of Chambers KAYE QC, HH Roger
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 Geoffrey Zelin  photo Geoffrey Zelin Barrister specialising in general Chancery litigation with commercial emphasis; partnership, company law,…
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