We have a large team of barristers with expertise in all stages of a company’s life cycle from creation to dissolution, including corporate disputes, M&A, finance, corporate governance, regulation and restructuring.
We have experience at all levels, from newly qualified juniors to QCs. This means we can offer a comprehensive service, whether you need a multi-counsel team, advice on a cross-jurisdictional case or an expert’s advice on a discrete point of law.
We are experienced in litigation and advisory matters involving companies of all sizes, ranging from smaller start-ups to major multinationals. Many of our cases are international in scope.
Our expertise includes all aspects of company law and corporate insolvency law. Several of our members have been appointed to the Attorney General’s panels and the Secretary of State’s panel for directors’ disqualification matters.
Company Law Cases
Defending double-derivative action
Defending a £15 million double-derivative action brought by the beneficiary shareholders of an international trust company.
Acting for a well-known UK group in relation to the successful restoration to the register of several former companies in the group and stays of their liquidations.
Advising international retailer on liquidation
Advising an international retailer in respect of claims by a liquidator concerning multiple distributions within a group of companies.
Our Company Law Barristers
Our company law team includes barristers at all levels of experience, which means we can offer a comprehensive service on all manner of issues in this area. Please click below to view members of our team.
- Asset recovery
- Banking securities
- Capital markets
- Companies Act 2006
- Company law litigation
- Company resolutions
- Company Voluntary Arrangements (CVAs)
- Corporate disputes
- Corporate governance
- Corporate transactions
- Derivative law claims
- Directors’ duties
- Insurance schemes
- Joint ventures
- Loan capital
- Reduction of capital
- Schemes of arrangement
- Shareholder disputes
- Unfair prejudice petitions