Carlyle Capital Corporation v Conway (2011-2016)  2 Lloyd’s Rep 179
Instructed on behalf of the liquidators of a collapsed investment fund in substantial claims in the Guernsey Royal Court against the former directors and managing agents of the fund for breach of duty, misfeasance, negligence and wrongful trading. The case came on for a six month trial in 2016.
Caldero Trading Ltd v Beppler & Jacobson Ltd (2013-2014)  EWHC 1142 (Ch)
Instructed on behalf of the provisional liquidators of a company on various contentious matters, including to oppose an application to remove the provisional liquidators from office on the grounds of bias and to oppose an application for the return of share capital paid by shareholders.
Re Thomson Directories Limited (2013)
Appeared on behalf of the company’s administrators on an expedited application seeking permission for the administrators to sell the business and assets of the company, including assets subject to fixed charge security, under a ‘pre-pack’ arrangement.
Re MF Global UK Limited (2013)  EWHC 2556 (Ch)
Appeared on behalf of a representative party on an application by the administrators of MF Global UK Limited for directions concerning the quantification of the provable debts of clients of the company (with Peter Arden QC).
Re Laiki Bank (2013)
Instructed to advise in relation to the restructuring of Laiki Bank (with Michael Todd QC).
Atlas Bulk Shipping A/S v Navios International Inc (2011)
Instructed on an appeal to the Court of Appeal concerning rights of set-off under Article 21 of the UNCITRAL Model Law and Cross-Border Insolvency Regulations 2006 and the ability of the English Court to grant additional relief upon recognition of a foreign insolvency proceeding (with Richard Snowden QC).
Rawlinson and Hunter Trustees SA v Kaupthing Bank hf (2011)
Instructed for Kaupthing Bank on its appeal to the Court of Appeal against a decision concerning the effect and operation of the UK Credit Institutions (Re-organisation and Winding-up) Regulations 2004 and the EC Reorganisation and Winding-up Directive 2001 (with Richard Snowden QC).