Michelle joined the IS department in February 2004 prior to qualifying as a paralegal. Michelle has assisted with a variety of directors disqualification matters including investigation work undertaking initial enquiries, analysing bank statements, preparing schedules and cross-referencing and court proceedings, issuing and serving proceedings, preparing trial bundles and costs schedules. Michelle also deals with costs recovery and enforcement proceedings.
Michelle joined Howes Percival in December 2000 before moving to the IS department in February 2004. Michelle has worked as a paralegal within the IS department since October 2007 after qualifying as an associated member of ILEX.
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