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Insolvency & Property

WEBINAR - 15th October from 2pm - 3.30pm Live & On Demand

Insolvencies often involve complex issues relating to property as the recent high profile demise of companies such as Carillion and Toys R Us has illustrated. This seminar will review some of the main legal issues of which practitioners need to be aware, picking up on recent case law:

1. Issues of co-ownership

2. Taking possession of rented residential property

3. Dealing with commercial leasehold property in an administration

Designed for insolvency practitioners, accountants and lawyers who specialise in insolvency.

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Jon Titmuss, Hardwicke Chambers

Jonathan is an experienced commercial practitioner who handles a wide variety of commercial and property disputes, his particular (but not exclusive) focus being on insolvency related issues.    His “wide knowledge of technical insolvency and exceptional attention to detail” (Legal 500) are recognised and valued by both clients and legal directories alike; he has been recommended for Insolvency in Legal 500 for some years.  Jonathan covers matters relating to the negligence of professionals involved in his core areas such as surveyors, solicitors and insolvency practitioners.   He is also recommended by Legal 500 in this area as well.

Katrina Mather, Hardwicke Chambers

Katrina specialises in property, insolvency and commercial law. Her clients describe her as “articulate and knowledgeable” and “approachable and precise”. She is an experienced trial advocate for her call and is frequently instructed to appear in the higher and appellate courts and tribunals. Judges have described her submissions as “exceptionally intelligent and well measured” and her cross-examination skills as “remarkable, particularly for one so junior”.

Amanda Eilledge, Hardwicke Chambers

Amanda is an experienced commercial chancery litigator with a thorough understanding of commercial realities having previously worked for law firms in both Hong Kong and Australia.

She specialises in disputes involving property and has considerable expertise not only in property law issues but also in the related areas of secured lending, civil fraud and insolvency. In addition, she handles professional negligence work. Clients value her down to earth and no nonsense approach as well as her technical expertise in a number of areas.