Jeremy specialises in commercial litigation with a particular emphasis on all aspects of contentious insolvency (corporate insolvency, LLPs, partnerships and bankruptcy), company law (including directors’ duties, shareholder disputes and unfair prejudice petitions), company directors’ disqualification proceedings and BROs, disciplinary, licensing and regulatory proceedings involving insolvency practitioners (acted for the ICAEW on boo.com) and bank recovery proceedings (charges, mortgages, guarantees and indemnities). He has appeared in over 25 reported insolvency and CDDA cases.
He has considerable practical experience of directors’ disqualification proceedings, having been appointed to the Attorney General’s CDDA provincial panel and is now appointed as Junior Counsel to the Crown Regional A Panel. He frequently represents directors, including in the high-profile World of Leather, Time Computers, Finelist, Farepak and UKLI disqualification cases. He is a contributor to Mithani: Directors’ Disqualification (Butterworths).
Jeremy is a Council Member of the Insolvency Lawyers Association and is a member of the ILA Technical, Academic Forum and Website Committees.
For many years he has been ranked as a leading junior for his Restructuring & Insolvency, Company and Chancery work in Chambers & Partners directory.