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Insolvency and restructuring is a core area of practice of counsel at Tennyson where barrister(s) have a wealth of experience in the law of insolvency.

We help company directors and their boards, banks, institutions, creditors, officeholders, administrators, liquidators, trustees in bankruptcy, law of property act receivers, landlords, and debtors. We have advised global investment funds, large pharmaceutical concerns, large institutions, household names including football clubs amongst many others, and large property owning organisations.

We have had many compliments on our services in this area of the law where we have acted in both an advisory and litigious capacity for clients involved in companies suffering from financial distress, persons threatened with bankruptcy, creditors who have suffered loss, and company directors.

We take a commercial approach to our legal work with the aim of finding solutions for our clients suitable for their business environment and with the intention of bringing about the best possible outcome for our clients. Our barristers work as part of a responsive team to bring about the successes that we have undoubtedly had in this area of the law.

All aspects of insolvency and restructuring legal work are covered by our Counsel. Please see the profile of our head of Chambers, Susan Brown, on the barristers page of this site for further details and solicitor feedback comments relating to work done in this area of law.

The following members of Chambers may be engaged for insolvency and restructuring work namely –

Susan Brown.

Please refer to our barrister pages, other practice area pages on insolvency and restructuring, use our shortlist facility and enquiry form.

Contact Us

For more information about our members and services please contact us.

Our telephone number in Southampton United Kingdom is +44 (0) 2381 511511.

For clients wishing to have a conference in London United Kingdom then please dial the London UK appointments number of +44 (0)203 407 0047.

Alternatively, you may email