Niall McCulloch > Chambers of James Pickering > London, England > Lawyer Profile

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

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London Bar > Insolvency

Within: Leading Juniors -

Niall McCulloch



Enterprise Chambers



He responds quickly to any queries and works well with the team and with other counsel.

Enterprise Chambers has developed a strong group of insolvency practitioners, with members acting in a range of high-profile cases, including Niall McCulloch in Michael J Lonsdale (Electrical) Ltd v Bresco Electrical Services Ltd (In Liquidation) and Linden Ife in various claims following the bankruptcy of Colin Poole. Ife has also developed a niche in acting for lenders, in addition to claims for recovering unlawful dividends paid pre-liquidations.

London Bar > Company and partnership

Within: Company - Leading Juniors -

Niall McCulloch



Enterprise Chambers



He responds quickly to any queries and works well with the team and with other counsel; his drafting work is accurate and he is an excellent advocate.

Clients praise Enterprise Chambers for its ‘strength in depth, flexibility, and good clerking‘ in relation to a variety of litigation and advisory work involving companies, directors, and shareholders. Linden Ife, who has substantial experience acting in shareholder disputes – often for major institutional investors and banks – was instructed in Penfold v Penfold, which raised issues about the breadth of remedies available under section 994 of the Companies Act 2006 and the interaction between unfair prejudice and a just and equitable winding-up; the case settled shortly into the trial. In another highlight, Niall McCulloch represents the BVI-incorporated claimants in Monredon Limited and Futura Partners Limited v AIA Group LLC and ROK STARS plc, an English action over the ownership of shares in ROK Stars plc.