Mr Mark Spackman > Chambers of Mark Warwick QC > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Chambers of Mark Warwick QC
Selborne Chambers


Mark Spackman has a heavyweight civil practice at Iscoed Chambers and is the head of the Iscoed civil team. His civil practice draws on his previous experience from his employment by the Treasury Solicitors Department in commercial litigation up to 1991. He specialises in insolvency and commercial litigation. He regularly appears at the High Court and County Court on all sides of commercial disputes. Mark is regularly instructed by insolvency practitioners, liquidators and administrators of companies including instructions from the leading firms in these areas. His work involves all aspects of insolvency work both corporate and individual in areas including the recovery of directors loans, preferences, transactions at undervalue and wrongful trading. Mark also acts for parties to unfair prejudice petitions, in company director disqualification cases and in bankruptcy restriction order cases. Mark deals in all aspects of company and insolvency work. Mark is also instructed on behalf of individuals in these areas. Mark’s commercial practice involves sale of goods, contract and other commercial disputes including consumer credit and consumer regulation law. Mark has considerable experience in partnership and related disputes and has acted in high profile partnership disputes. Mark works regularly on other civil law areas including professional negligence, economic torts, civil fraud, property disputes (including boundary disputes, rights of way, adverse possession and beneficial interest cases) and construction disputes. He accepts instruction on the basis of Conditional Fee Agreements. His significant reported cases include Gullicksen v Pembrokeshire County Council [2002] 2 WLR. Mark is a CEDR trained and CEDR accredited mediator, accepting instructions to conduct mediations in all aspects of civil law but particularly in the fields of commercial law. Mark has been recommended for commercial litigation and insolvency in the Legal 500 for several years and is referred to in the current edition as being ‘pleasant, efficient and clever’.


Called 1986, Lincoln’s Inn.