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Insolvency

With a reputation as a ‘leading regional heavyweight’ for commercial matters, St John's Chambers’ members are instructed across the spectrum of commercial cases including professional negligence, partnership disputes, bankruptcy and insolvency matters and fraud."

Legal 500  2018
COMMERCIAL, BANKING, INSOLVENCY AND CHANCERY LAW

The Insolvency team at St John’s Chambers is regarded as the leading set in the South West, and our experienced barristers advise in all aspects of this specialist area of the law. Barristers act for office-holders, companies, directors and debtors in contentious personal and corporate insolvency including in relation to partnerships and LLPs.

Members also have experience in Company Director Disqualification Act 1986 proceedings.

We advise in disputes involving:

  • Contested winding up petitions
  • Administrations
  • Receiverships
  • Wrongful trading
  • Misfeasance claims
  • Bankruptcy
  • Voluntary arrangements

The team benefit from the availability of cross-disciplinary expertise in, among other areas, the family, property and construction arenas.

Mediation

As the number of cases being dealt with by way of mediation increases, our mediation team is on hand to help, as advisers, advocates and mediators. Our facilities are specifically designed to meet with clients’ needs for a mediation venue. Read more.

Public Access

Some members of the team are also available to act, where appropriate, for members of the public, as well as commercial and non-commercial organisations, under the Public Access scheme. Read more.

Training

The team delivers workshops and seminars in Chambers and regional centres. We also provide training on behalf of local Law Societies and in conjunction with solicitors firms. In addition we can give tailored in-house training for particular firms. If you would like any further information please contact Robert Bocock.