Jennifer specialises in commercial Chancery litigation with a particular emphasis on insolvency, company and property disputes. She is particularly adept at dealing with cases where those areas intersect.
Jennifer has appeared as sole counsel in a number of leading cases and is well placed to deal with complex legal issues. She has appeared both led and alone in appeals to the Court of Appeal, High Court and County Court. Jennifer also has significant trial experience and is a skilled cross examiner.
Jennifer regularly deals with urgent applications, including but not limited to injunctions in both the Business and Property Courts and the Queen’s Bench Division.
Whilst the majority of her work is now in the High Court Jennifer still regularly appears in the County Court and the Tribunal and is pleased to accept instructions wherever in the country the hearing might be.
Away from court Jennifer is experienced and skilled in advising clients by telephone, in person and in writing. She is also well practised in drafting pleadings and other court documents.
Jennifer is adept at dealing with a variety of clients including public companies, SMEs and individuals. She is experienced in acting for high net worth individuals and is well placed to deal with cases that involve individuals and companies in the public eye.
Jennifer has a particular interest in, and affinity for, cases that involve sport whether that is acting for (or against) the teams themselves or the regulatory bodies. Her cases to date have involved football, rugby (both league and union) and Olympic sports.
Jennifer was chair of the Insolvency Lawyers Association Associates’ Network Committee for several years and is now a member of that organisation’s Tachnical Committee. She is also a member of R3 and IWIRC.
Jennifer was a member of the Property Bar Association committee for several years and was the instigator of that Association’s annual essay prize. Jennifer is also a member of the Chancery Bar Association.