Quadrant Chambers has a well-established reputation in the market for both cross-border and domestic insolvency work. Our unparalled market presence in shipping, insurance and commodities gives us a unique expertise in advising on complex legal problems arising from interaction of choice of law rules, the law of property and international trade law.
Members of Chambers are recognised in the directories for their expertise in the field of Commercial/ Chancery.
We have acted for or represented some of the key market players in the largest recent insolvencies in the shipping and commodities markets including OW Bunkers and Hanjin Shipping. Members of Chambers have published leading textbooks in the field and have published articles in leading journals such as International Corporate Rescue. High profile recent cases in which Members of Chambers have appeared include the “Res Cogitans” (at all levels from the LMAA arbitration up to the Supreme Court) and “Seawolf Tankers.”
Our expertise, however, is not limited to cross-border insolvency work but extends to all aspects of non-contentious and contentious domestic insolvency.
Members of Chambers have acted on behalf of creditors (secured and unsecured), debtors, liquidators, administrators as well as other interested parties in insolvency related matters.
Members of Chambers regularly appear in the Chancery Division including the Companies Court.
Areas of work include:
Other insolvency work
Members of Chambers regularly speak at seminars and conferences on the above topics and are members of the following Associations:
... "an excellent set with supportive clerks who deliver barristers of the right expertise to suit clients' needs" ...
(Legal 500, 2019)
… “a top-flight go-to set” …
(The Legal 500, 2017)
“Combines an abundance of commercial acumen, strong interpersonal skills and legal knowledge”
(The Legal 500, 2014)