Deborah qualified as a solicitor in March 1999 and has specialised, since then, in all aspects of personal and corporate insolvency. Deborah deals mainly with office holder claims identifying recoveries to be made for the benefit of the insolvent estate.
Deborah returns to Howes Percival where her legal career started, as a trainee solicitor in 1997, via the merger of niche insolvency practice, summers nigh law, with Howes Percival in June 2017.
- 2017 - Present: Howes Percival LLP, Partner
- 2006 - 2017: Summers Nigh Law LLP, Partner
- 1999 - 2006: EMW Law LLP, Solicitor/Associate
- 1997 - 1999: Howes Percival, Trainee/Solicitor
Insolvency: The Third Parties (Rights against Insurers) Act 2010 is good news for creditors.
BackgroundThe Third Parties (Rights against Insurers) Act 2010 (“the 2010 Act”) has been brought into force on 1 August 2016 by way of provisions in the Insurance Act 2015. The 2010 Act replaces and deals with some of the shortcomings…
Insolvency: The Insolvency Rules 2016: Some of the key changes
BackgroundThe Insolvency Rules 2016 have now been published by the Government and are due to come into force on 6 April 2017. The new Insolvency Rules intend to consolidate the law, modernise its language, and reduce administrative…
Howes Percival advises on sale of Kelvin Power
Howes Percival has advised the shareholders of Kelvin…
Employers warned not to ask about pregnancy or children during recruitment
Howes Percival outlines questions employers should…
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