Linden is nominated by the Legal 500 directory as Insolvency Junior of the Year 2020, for the second year running. She specialises in insolvency and business litigation, featuring the liabilities of directors and office holders, the recovery of assets by office holders in an insolvency, and asset finance and ownership disputes. In particular she has regularly acted in disputes about voidable transactions, removal of office holders (in which she appeared in the leading case of Clydesdale Financial Services v Smailes), breach of fiduciary duty, knowing receipt and dishonest assistance, unfair prejudice, securities and guarantees and their respective priorities, and retention of title and seller/buyer in possession disputes in insolvency. She also acted for the lenders, including Abbey and Santander, in a series of actions against Lloyds underwriters and professional advisers regarding the activities of claims management companies (Claims Direct Plc and The Accident Group Limited), and continues to act for insolvency practitioners in spin-off claims to set aside voidable transactions arising out of those activities.
Linden is consistently ranked as a leading practitioner by the Chambers and Partners and Legal 500 directories for her work in Insolvency, Company, Commercial Chancery and Commercial Litigation. She frequently appears against QCs.
She wrote the passages on voidable transactions and wrongful trading in the Enterprise Chambers Annotated Guide to Insolvency Legislation and Practice.