Rebecca Page > Chambers of Christopher Pymont KC > London, England > Lawyer Profile
Maitland Chambers Offices
7 STONE BUILDINGS, LINCOLN'S INN
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Rebecca’s practice covers commercial chancery litigation and arbitration, with a strong emphasis on company, insolvency, commercial litigation, civil fraud and professional negligence disputes. Her work often has an international element. Rebecca is called to the Bar of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court (BVI) where she has experience working on commercial, company and insolvency matters.
2001 Call, MA (Cantab)
Chancery Bar Association, COMBAR, Insolvency Lawyers’ Association
Rebecca read law at Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge, where she was a senior exhibitioner. In 2000 she was awarded a Bedingfield Scholarship by Gray’s Inn.
Lawyer Rankings(Leading Juniors)Ranked: Tier 3 (Leading Juniors)Ranked: Tier 3
Praised for its bench strength and ‘highly technical barristers‘, Maitland Chambers holds company law work as a mainstay of its overall practice. Among its silks, Catherine Addy KC in 2021 was appointed as Standing Counsel to the CMA to lead their efforts in pursuing company director disqualification orders. Head of chambers Christopher Pymont KC leads counsel to the latter party in Tugushev v Orlov, a high-valued dispute referred to as the “final act” in a long-running shareholder litigation in respect of a series of Russian, Hong Kong and English companies between two Russian businessmen over the Norebo Group fishing company. In this case, Pymont KC leads Benjamin John, one of an impressive crop of juniors that also includes Rebecca Page who stands out in the crossover matters with insolvency law.
Rebecca Page –Maitland Chambers ‘Rebecca is a very reassuring and calm presence. She delivered concise and clear advice to agitated clients who were then felt empowered to take the right decision for them in difficult circumstances.’