Set Profile > Enterprise Chambers > London, England

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

Chancery, probate, and tax Tier 1

With 'a good crop of juniors', Enterprise Chambers offers 'a very good service and an array of counsel to assist with Chancery matters'. Instructed by leading law firms, members are experienced in the traditional fields of trusts and probate and Inheritance Act claims, as well as specialist areas like insolvency, real property, and company law, which benefit from their Chancery expertise. Among the team, the 'knowledgeable' Hugo Groves is a leading junior in this sector and has recently been involved claims arising out of tax avoidance/mitigation schemes. 'Always in-demand for a reason', Duncan Heath is a 'go-to junior'for contentious trusts and probate, and property matters, and Stephanie Jarron has 'an excellent reputation' in estate disputes. Christopher Buckingham appeared unled for the successful appellant in Lomax v Lomax in the Court of Appeal and is considered 'without a shadow of doubt amongst the best of the best. You want him on your side'.

Leading Juniors

Hugo Groves - Enterprise ChambersA knowledgeable and approachable junior counsel.
Ranked: Tier 1
Christopher Buckingham - Enterprise ChambersChristopher has a forensically analytical approach to cases, which enables you to make the right decisions at the earliest stages. He turns work around quickly and is reliable.
Ranked: Tier 2
Dominic Crossley - Enterprise ChambersDominic's technical knowledge, particularly in relation to land law and trusts, is second to none. He will often go the extra mile to help the client's case.
Ranked: Tier 2
Margaret Griffin - Enterprise ChambersVery diligent, perceptive, thorough and robust. Someone in whom you immediately have confidence, whether in conference or in court.
Ranked: Tier 2
Duncan Heath - Enterprise ChambersDuncan is a superb all-rounder. He builds a trusting rapport with lay clients very easily, whilst at the same time pulling no punches in his negotiations. He has a first rate legal-mind, as demonstrated by both his shrewd advice and formidable advocacy.
Ranked: Tier 2
Stephanie Jarron - Enterprise ChambersExcellent with clients, particularly dealing with sensitive issues. Cuts to the chase in terms of her advice and gives clear and practical guidance to clients and solicitors.
Ranked: Tier 2
Bruce Walker - Enterprise ChambersA very clever barrister with good analytical skills and very good to work with.
Ranked: Tier 2

Commercial litigation Tier 1

Enterprise Chambers has 'very high-quality practitioners' who cover the breadth of commercial dispute resolution, including shareholder disputes, banking, breach of warranty, and restraint of trade, as well as litigation concerning the sale, supply, and carriage of goods. In recent instructions of note, Cristín Toman acts for the Bank of Scotland in its claim to recover a sum in excess of £425,000, and for possession of a commercial property in Leeds. Duncan Heath acted for the defendant, a commercial agent, in Project Lower Ltd v Contract Natural Gas Limited, a multi-million-pound claim brought against it for unpaid commission, damages, compensation, and indemnity. Matthew Maddison is acting for a building services company against a company established by three of its former employees in an unjust enrichment claim. In the High Court, Margaret Griffin is being led in a complex unfair prejudice petition which follows over a decade of litigation between the parties.

Leading Juniors

Hugo Groves - Enterprise ChambersA go-to for business, partnership and commercial disputes.
Ranked: Tier 1
Kelly Bond - Enterprise ChambersKelly is particularly observant and organised. It is clear that she always prepares thoroughly before meeting with any client. She is friendly and approachable – our clients often feel at ease being with her. She is caring but confident and this often shines through. It is clear she always has the clients best interests in mind and this is shown through the work she produces.
Ranked: Tier 2
Margaret Griffin - Enterprise ChambersMargaret finds answers where others wouldn't. She is tenacious beyond expectation and always goes above and beyond. She is simply the best.
Ranked: Tier 2
Duncan Heath - Enterprise ChambersDuncan is first class and a pleasure to deal with; he is both extremely approachable and technically excellent. He also has a particularly calm and measured manner which clients find very reassuring, whether in Court or in a mediation setting.
Ranked: Tier 2
Matthew Maddison - Enterprise ChambersExcellent bedside manner. Calm, unflappable, very broad expertise, fantastic intellect, very quick to pick up points, excellent draftsman. He is knowledgeable, meticulous, considered, prepared, and effective.
Ranked: Tier 2
Cristín Toman - Enterprise ChambersShe is approachable and flexible. Cristin makes herself available to her instructing solicitors from the outset and immerses herself fully in the case.
Ranked: Tier 2

Company and insolvency Tier 1

Bristol-based Enterprise Chambers offers 'City-standard counsel for the South West', with solicitors praising the collective work ethic of the set's members along with 'the strength in impressive juniors coupled with heavyweights', such as Stephen Davies QC, which 'leaves them unchallenged in the South West market in respect of insolvency work'. Jeremy Bamford is another draw for clients, due to his 'very strong knowledge of the insolvency legislation and underlying case law', as is Christopher Brockman thanks to his previous experience as a solicitor so he 'understands first hand' issues faced by instructing law firms. Also at the junior end, Daisy Brown has a 'very quick to grasp the issues, a fine grasp of detail, and is brilliant with people from all walks of life'. Recent cases of note for the set include Hellard & Anor v Graiseley Investments Ltd & OrsDickinson v NAL Realisations (Staffordshire) Ltd, and Guardian Care Homes (West) Ltd sub nom Hellard v Graiseley Investments Ltd.

Leading Silks

Stephen Davies QC - Enterprise ChambersVery approachable and client focussed. Has an understanding of a client's business and personal goals and focusses the approach in terms of advice and the way it is delivered accordingly.
Ranked: Tier 1

Leading Juniors

Jeremy Bamford - Enterprise ChambersAble to quickly identify the pertinent issues and to interpret in the commercial context. Comfortable working both technically with lawyers but also direct with clients. Sets realistic deadlines and always delivers. Clear focus when making oral submissions.
Ranked: Tier 1
Christopher Brockman - Enterprise ChambersChris is very knowledgeable in his sector (Insolvency), hugely focused on the matter before him considering every angle and when on his feet in Court, he is very impressive. He is also a thoroughly nice chap who builds a very good rapport with client and solicitor.
Ranked: Tier 1
Daisy Brown - Enterprise ChambersDaisy is without exception the brightest junior counsel I have worked with in my career to date. She is incredibly versatile, an accomplished advocate and demonstrates a rare level of commitment to the matters she works on. Her tenacity is palpable to clients.
Ranked: Tier 2

Company and insolvency Tier 1

Enterprise Chambers is a 'fantastic set of chambers which is very wide-ranging and has strength in depth'. 'The set includes is a go-to for insolvency work with highly skilled and knowledgeable barristers within their ranks'. Members handle both personal and large company insolvencies and company matters. Former City solicitor Hugo Groves acted for the replacement insolvency practitioners in Re Varden Nuttall Limited (In Administration),  successfully obtaining a multi-million-pound judgment against the defendant. Australia-qualified Cristín Toman has acted in a number of matters for administrators in relation to defects in their appointments, while Kelly Bond appeared for the successful liquidator in Re Reeson Homes Ltd, a three-day trial concerning a company which had transferred its only asset, a development site, to a connected company shortly prior to liquidation; the respondents alleged the property was held on trust, an argument that was rejected by the court.

Leading Juniors

Hugo Groves - Enterprise ChambersHe is approachable, knowledgeable, collaborative with a sense of humour even in stressful situations.
Ranked: Tier 1
Duncan Heath - Enterprise ChambersDuncan is an excellent advocate, calm and unflappable, has superb attention to detail and is extremely down-to-earth and client-friendly.
Ranked: Tier 2
Matthew Maddison - Enterprise ChambersHe is very detail orientated and a safe pair of hands.
Ranked: Tier 2
Cristín Toman - Enterprise ChambersHe is considered, committed, hard working, meticulous, dedicated, and bright.
Ranked: Tier 2
Kelly Bond - Enterprise ChambersKelly is user friendly, commercial, and technically good.
Ranked: Tier 2

Property and construction Tier 1

Enterprise Chambers' real estate practice has seen a growth in work relating to development projects and enforceability of leases and mortgage agreements. Christopher Buckingham appeared in the well-known early neutral evaluation case Lomax v Lomax, as well as acting in a complicated possession claim after an inheritance. Dominic Crossley acts both for individuals and property developers, with particular expertise of the First-tier Tribunal's Land Registration Division. Bruce Walker specialises in commercial property but also undertakes wills and probate work. He has acted for clients in high-value claims, including a £2m proprietary estoppel claim and a family land trust dispute worth £7m.

Leading Juniors

Christopher Buckingham - Enterprise ChambersCommercially minded, astute and concise.
Ranked: Tier 1
Dominic Crossley - Enterprise ChambersStrong technical knowledge. Good with clients. Good manner in front of the judge and on cross-examination.
Ranked: Tier 1
Bruce Walker - Enterprise ChambersTechnically very strong, commercial and good with clients.
Ranked: Tier 1
Margaret Griffin - Enterprise ChambersVery thorough with a good grasp of detail; utterly tenacious.
Ranked: Tier 2
Duncan Heath - Enterprise ChambersVery bright and approachable. Liked by client and gives clear and comprehensible advice in the most complex of cases.
Ranked: Tier 2
Stephanie Jarron - Enterprise ChambersExcellent with clients, particularly dealing with sensitive issues. A convincing and respected advocate.
Ranked: Tier 2
Cristín Toman - Enterprise ChambersParticularly experienced in cases involving injunctions.
Ranked: Tier 2

Commercial litigation Tier 2

At Enterprise ChambersRoss Fentem is recommended for a wide range of commercial litigation instructions, including cross-border banking matters, contractual disputes and financial disputes, such as his recent work on behalf of Welsh rugby union team Scarlets in relation to the budgeting procedures and financial management of governing body Welsh Rugby. Neil Levy is another key figure within the set, and is highly focused on the banking sector, with several recent instructions on behalf of The Bank Of Scotland.

Leading Juniors

Ross Fentem - Enterprise ChambersProvides quick and accurate advice, always taking a commercial approach to cases.
Ranked: Tier 1
Neil Levy - Enterprise ChambersA true expert on banking matters who is very user friendly and a true extension of a team.
Ranked: Tier 1

Insolvency Tier 2

At Enterprise Chambers, insolvency is a key area for members, who act in high-value and often cross-border cases, arising from insolvencies, liquidations, restructurings and administrations. Linden Ife is a senior junior who often acts as leading counsel, with expertise in recovering unlawful dividends paid before insolvency, as well as in claims against directors and insolvency practitioners; exemplified by Clydesdale v Smailes where the administrators were successfully removed. Kavan Gunaratna is another well-regarded junior and has expertise in insolvency matters involving property, commercial and banking law. Elevated to silk in 2020, James Pickering QC acted in Re Mintpal, one of the first provisional liquidations based on a debt in digital currency. Also of note, Madeline Dixon is developing a strong insolvency practice, with experience in cross-border cases.

Rising stars

Madeline Dixon - Enterprise ChambersDelivers a very good blend of technical and practical advice.
Ranked: Tier 1

2020 Silks

James Pickering QC - Enterprise ChambersA very impressive advocate.

Leading Juniors

Linden Ife - Enterprise ChambersHer knowledge of the most obscure and complex areas of insolvency law is second to none and she is my go-to insolvency lawyer for any knotty issue.
Ranked: Tier 1
Hugo Groves - Enterprise ChambersHe is is a very knowledgeable senior junior who is always reliable and easy to work with.
Ranked: Tier 2
Kavan Gunaratna - Enterprise ChambersExtremely good on paper. Very usable. Responsive and helpful.
Ranked: Tier 2
Niall McCulloch - Enterprise ChambersWritten submissions are brilliant; never flustered and very responsive.
Ranked: Tier 3
James Barker - Enterprise ChambersTenacious, an excellent advocate and very diligent.
Ranked: Tier 4
Simon Johnson - Enterprise ChambersHe's clear and commercial with his advice and a hit with clients. Incredibly user-friendly and not afraid of the fight.
Ranked: Tier 4
Jennifer Meech - Enterprise ChambersPresents her advice clearly and in client-friendly terms.
Ranked: Tier 4
Bridget Williamson - Enterprise ChambersNo matter how technical or how many moving parts there may be she cuts through it to provide straightforward advice.
Ranked: Tier 4
Geoffrey Zelin - Enterprise ChambersHighly responsive, works very hard, always available, very clever, go-to person for everything, straight talker.
Ranked: Tier 4
Amit Gupta - Enterprise ChambersKnowledgeable, thorough, personable, helpful, very quick in responding to queries.
Ranked: Tier 5

Commercial litigation Tier 4

Enterprise Chambers is praised for its 'fantastic range of members' all of whom are 'personable and approachable'. Clients appreciate the set's 'very able barristers, particularly at the senior junior level'. The members are highly experienced in commercial chancery matters. Notable cases include Serious Fraud Office v Smith & Others, in which James Pickering QC (who just took silk) is representing the liquidators. Jennifer Meech represents fashion designer John Richmond, who faces claims for €54m by the liquidators of a company of which he was a director. Another highlight for Niall McCulloch was representing Brazil's state of Mariana in a £5bn claim against BHP following a dam collapse in Brazil.

2020 Silks

James Pickering QC - Enterprise ChambersA polished and measured advocate, particuarly good a presenting complex arguments in straighforward and attractive terms.

Leading Juniors

James Barker - Enterprise ChambersA tenacious, diligent, excellent advocate, with an excellent eye for detail.
Ranked: Tier 2
Linden Ife - Enterprise ChambersSuperb advice, very responsive and excellent in Court.
Ranked: Tier 2
Nial McCulloch - Enterprise ChambersHis written submissions are brilliant, he is never flustered and very responsive, and great on his feet in Court.
Ranked: Tier 3
Geoffrey Zelin - Enterprise ChambersExtremely responsive, works very hard, always available, value for money, turn around times excellent, rolls his sleeves up, extremely clever, our favourite barrister.
Ranked: Tier 4
Edward Cohen - Enterprise ChambersVery thorough and clear in his written and oral opinion, thinking beyond the expected and producing well-drafted and extremely comprehensive pleadings and advice.
Ranked: Tier 5
Jennifer Meech - Enterprise ChambersExtremely thorough and well prepared, excellent advice provided and great in court.
Ranked: Tier 5

Social housing

Leading Juniors

Sally Blackmore - Enterprise ChambersExtremely professional. Excellent with clients; approachable, empathetic, insightful and gives clear advice. Very practical to work with: always up to date with legal requirements, responsive, thorough. Goes out of her way to provide an excellent service.
Ranked: Tier 4

Banking and finance (including consumer credit)

Leading Juniors

Anna Lintner - Enterprise ChambersAn excellent team player and a very impressive academic lawyer - she is incredibly insightful and also tactful in the delivery of her views to a wider team, her advocacy on paper is succinct, persuasive and elegant.
Ranked: Tier 4

Property litigation Tier 4

At Enterprise Chambers, ‘the clerking is good and the barristers are approachable, accessible and available’. Members demonstrate a ‘strong range of expertise and seniority, primarily specialising in landlord and tenant, development, leasing, mortgage and insolvency disputes in addition to property-related professional negligence. Kavan Gunaratna was recently instructed by the defendants in the case of Davis v Mothersdale, a property fraud trial which alleged the dishonest concealment of substantial flooding at a high-value property.

Leading Juniors

Kavan Gunaratna - Enterprise ChambersHe is very user friendly, excellent on the law, making it sound easy.
Ranked: Tier 2
Edward Francis - Enterprise ChambersThe barrister of choice to bottom out a tricky property problem.
Ranked: Tier 3
Shaiba Ilyas - Enterprise ChambersApproachable, accessible and easy to work with.
Ranked: Tier 4
Geoffrey Zelin - Enterprise ChambersHighly responsive, works very hard and is always available.
Ranked: Tier 4
James Barker - Enterprise ChambersA recommended name at the property Bar.
Ranked: Tier 5

Mediators Tier 5

Jonathan Arkush - Enterprise Chambers Jonathan Arkush at Enterprise Chambers has to date conducted over 350 mediations. Recent work has included a complex commercial matter involving financial claims, and disputes concerning breach of fiduciary duty and the  beneficial ownership of shares. Arkush also recently mediated a minority shareholder's petition for unfair prejudice, as well as the disputed will of another shareholder.

Commercial litigation

Enterprise Chambers is home to former St Philips Chambers member Amit Gupta  whose practice encompasses across a wide range of commercial disputes, including breaches of contract, investment disputes and fraudulent misrepresentation claims.

Leading Juniors

Amit Gupta - Enterprise ChambersApproachable and knowledgeable, with excellent attention to detail.
Ranked: Tier 3

Company and insolvency

The 'personable, helpful and knowledgeableAmit Gupta is a key name at Enterprise Chambers for insolvency work. In one recent wrongful trading and misfeasance claim, he represented claimant liquidators in a case arising out of the sale of a company which could not avoid bankruptcy, a fact which the sellers allegedly failed to disclose.

Leading Juniors

Amit Gupta - Enterprise ChambersBoth practical and thorough, with a straightforward communication style that endears him to clients.
Ranked: Tier 1

Regional Bar > Midland Circuit > Commercial litigation

Enterprise Chambers is home to former St Philips Chambers member Amit Gupta  whose practice encompasses across a wide range of commercial disputes, including breaches of contract, investment disputes and fraudulent misrepresentation claims.

Leading Juniors

Amit Gupta - Enterprise ChambersApproachable and knowledgeable, with excellent attention to detail.
Ranked: Tier 3

 

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 LINTNER, Anna (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
Members of Chambers MARKANDYA, Susannah (2005)*
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 Jonathan Arkush  photo Jonathan Arkush Conducts a wide range of commercial and chancery litigation, including contract, real…
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 James Barker  photo James Barker Barrister specialising in commercial Chancery litigation with emphasis on corporate and personal…
 Zia Bhaloo QC photo Zia Bhaloo QC Barrister specialising in all areas of landlord and tenant (commercial, residential and…
 Sally Blackmore  photo Sally Blackmore Sally specialises in (i) landlord and tenant, property and housing litigation (ii)…
 Louise Bowmaker  photo Louise Bowmaker Barrister specialising in commercial chancery work, with a particular emphasis on insolvency…
 Edward Cohen  photo Edward Cohen Edward has practised since 1973 in the field of general commercial and…
 James Davies  photo James Davies Barrister specialising in a broad range of commercial and chancery work, with…
 Madeline Dixon  photo Madeline Dixon Barrister specialising in a broad range of commercial and chancery work, with…
 Robert Duddridge  photo Robert Duddridge Barrister specialising in real property advice and litigation, landlord and tenant litigation,…
 Edward Francis  photo Edward Francis Barrister specialising in real property litigation (Including easements, restrictive covenants, conveyancing, land…
 Phillip Gale  photo Phillip Gale Barrister specialising in all aspects of commercial and Chancery work, with an…
 Kavan Gunaratna  photo Kavan Gunaratna Barrister specialising in commercial chancery litigation, corporate and personal insolvency, landlord and…
 Caroline Hutton  photo Caroline Hutton Barrister with a national practice specialising in all aspects of property law,…
 Linden Ife  photo Linden Ife Barrister specialising in commercial and Chancery litigation, especially insolvency and corporate reconstruction;…
 Shaiba Ilyas  photo Shaiba Ilyas Barrister specialising in all aspects of commercial Chancery litigation, with a particular…
 Simon Johnson  photo Simon Johnson Corporate and personal insolvency: claims for and against office-holders, creditor constituencies and…
 Marilyn Kennedy-McGregor  photo Marilyn Kennedy-McGregor Marilyn specialises in work which is likely to become adversarial and is…
 Andrew Kinnison  photo Andrew Kinnison Barrister specialising in commercial and general chancery litigation; including company and commercial…
 Susannah Markandya  photo Susannah Markandya Barrister specialising in corporate and individual insolvency, real property, landlord and tenant…
 Niall McCulloch  photo Niall McCulloch Chancery (general), insolvency (including cross-border insolvency), commercial, company (reconstruction, director and shareholders…
 Jennifer Meech  photo Jennifer Meech Barrister practising in a broad range of commercial and chancery litigation. Particular…
 Rowena Page  photo Rowena Page Insolvency – all aspects of corporate and individual insolvency, including all stages…
 David Peachey  photo David Peachey Barrister specialising in property and chancery litigation; including landlord and tenant (residential…
 James Pickering  photo James Pickering Barrister specialising in insolvency, commercial, professional negligence, property, landlord and tenant, and…
 Bernard Weatherill QC photo Bernard Weatherill QC Queen’s Counsel specialising in commercial and business disputes, property litigation, company law…
 Bridget Williamson  photo Bridget Williamson Barrister specialising in insolvency (corporate and individual), company, property, general Chancery.
 Geoffrey Zelin  photo Geoffrey Zelin Barrister specialising in general Chancery litigation with commercial emphasis; partnership, company law,…
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