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Winners of the British Legal Awards 2011: Chambers of the Year
The only specialist insolvency team outside London with a national reputation, Guildhall is home to a 15 strong team led by a dedicated insolvency silk. The team provide specialist advocacy and advice on all aspects of contentious insolvency law and all team members also advise on non contentious insolvency issues, corporate recovery and turnaround, including:
The team is instructed by most of the leading firms of insolvency lawyers and insolvency office holders and are frequent lecturers on all aspects of insolvency. It is recognised by clients for its depth of specialisation and the quality of its legal advice whilst retaining a commercial approach to complex problems. The team is ably supported by an experienced and dedicated insolvency clerk, Justin Emmett, who is recognised individually as “exceptional” in Chambers UK.
We guarantee all the benefits of a broad team structure with a dedicated insolvency silk and an experienced junior team, combining high levels of technical skill with a practical approach, backed by the latest technology.
Guildhall Insolvency @ The Watershed
Wednesday 12th June 2013
The Watershed, 1 Canon’s Road, Bristol BS1 5TX
The Guildhall Insolvency Team are pleased to host their 9th annual seminar in Bristol on Wednesday 12th June. We are delighted to welcome Mr Registrar Jones, High Court Bankruptcy Registrar as Chairman and Catherine Burton from DLA Piper as one of the guest speakers. This topical and distinctive one-day seminar will cover practical insolvency issues from a year in the life of administration to proprietary and personal claims against third parties and voluntary arrangements. Delegates will also benefit from a spotlight on receivers looking at the uneasy relationship between receivers, lenders and debtors. The seminar will finish with a repeat of last year’s incredibly successful insolvency themed “Who wants to be a millionaire?” followed by drinks in the Watershed bar.
Key topics covered: