Sundip advises and acts on behalf of insolvency practitioners, businesses and stakeholders in all aspects of corporate and personal insolvency.
Notable cases include:
- acting for the Joint Liquidators of company operating a Ponzi scheme with a property portfolio valued at £5m;
- being instructed by the Polish arm of the World’s largest courier company in claim for unpaid duty and VAT in excess of £0.5m; and
- acting for the successful creditors in a reported misfeasance case against the Liquidator of a company.
With a slight bias towards litigation, Sundip has advised clients in the insolvency and commercial sectors from small local businesses to large national and international organisations.
2015 Solicitor at Howes Percival LLP
2014 Solicitor at Ferguson Financial Limited
2011 Solicitor at KW Law LLP
2010 Solicitor at Shakespeare Putsman LLP
2008 Trainee Solicitor at Shakespeare Putsman LLP
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