Mark has over twenty years of litigation experience particularly in directors’ disqualification matters. For the last 12 years he has specialised in the investigation of the conduct of directors of failed companies and has been involved in cases involving multimillion pound frauds.
Mark’s investigation work is carried out for The Insolvency Service, but he has also been involved in other investigations into financial irregularities for private companies.
- 2013 – present – Howes Percival LLP
- 2012 -2013 - Cobbetts LLP
- 2001 -2012 - The Insolvency Service
- 1998 -2001 - Berrys
- 1988 -1998 - Slater Heelis
- 1987 -1988 - Manchester Polytechnic
- 1987 - Graduated from Manchester University
Corporate Governance Reforms: The Government’s Response
On 26 August 2018, The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (“BEIS”) published a response to two separate consultations that both looked at issues of corporate governance and the UK corporate framework, and in particular…
Insolvency: Security for Costs Refused Because It Would Stifle an Insolvent Company’s Claim
The court will be cautious about refusing security for costs on the grounds that it would stifle a serious or genuine claim. Sarah Lee considers why the court was willing to do so in the recent decision to do in Absolute Living Developments…
Howes Percival Shortlisted Five Times for Central & East Dealmakers Awards
Howes Percival has received five nominations for the…
Howes Percival celebrates three years in Cambridge with party for 130 clients and contacts
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