Phillip has a wide-ranging commercial and insolvency practice with experience of high value and complex disputes.
He has particular expertise in technical company law issues, which makes him an obvious choice for claims involving allegations of mismanagement and breach of duty as well as shareholder disputes. Phillip handles a wide variety of banking and financial services disputes where his postgraduate qualification in banking law gives him a decided edge. A significant proportion of Phillip’s current and recent work concerns corporate and personal insolvency, a field in which Phillip is fast becoming a go-to junior for a range of matters.
Phillip also has experience of consumer contract issues, professional negligence claims and a variety of private client disputes.
Phillip worked as a support counsel, a judicial assistant and a report draftsman on the high-profile Al-Sweady Public Inquiry and was seconded to a leading London law firm for a period in 2015.
Phillip volunteers for the City Law School pro bono scheme assisting litigants in person in relation to winding up petitions. He speaks and understands French to a reasonable level.
BA (Jurisprudence), Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford
LLM, University College London
Bar Vocational Course, College of Law