“Radcliffe Chambers has a number of fine performers on its books.”
Commercial Chancery section, Chambers UK
Chambers’ work covers all aspects of corporate and personal insolvency litigation, with members providing advisory, drafting and advocacy services for creditors, debtors and officeholders. Cases range from straightforward, individual petitions to complex, multi-jurisdictional claims.
We are similarly well placed to advise on insolvency issues concerning corporate and non-corporate bodies such as pension schemes, partnerships and estates.
Members act both for and against HM Revenue and Customs, the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, the Official Receiver and the Treasury Solicitor.
With strength in numbers as well as expertise, we are able to react quickly and effectively to urgent instructions for interlocutory relief, from obtaining worldwide freezing orders to injunctions restraining the advertisement of winding up petitions.
Please click on the links to the left, or contact a member of our clerking team.
Christopher Buckley is a contributor to the Insolvency title in LexisNexis’ The Civil Court Practice (the Green Book)
Josh Lewison is co-editor of the Insolvency section of Butterworths Civil Court Precedents
Peter Dodge is a contributor on Insolvency to Corporate Governance: the Practical Guide for Directors (2nd ed, 2003) (FIR Publications Ltd)
Mark Mullen and Josh Lewison are the authors of Companies Limited by Guarantee (4th ed. 2014) (Jordans)
Mark Mullen and Catherine Doran are contributors to Tolley’s Insolvency Law
View our Insolvency brochure for further information and details on each case.