AREAS OF EXPERTISE:
Lisa practises in all aspects of commercial law. She has wide ranging experience in insolvency law in particular and has represented Office Holders as well as Respondents in all aspects of personal and corporate insolvency.
Lisa has significant experience in all company and partnership matters in particular she has been instructed in several large scale fraud matters including claims arising out of a breach of trust. She regularly appears in the High Court to obtain all forms of injunctive relief including without notice freezing and search and seizure Orders.
Lisa regular appears in matters related to sports law including contractual and commercial disputes and disciplinary matters.
Year of Call: 2000
Lisa has regularly been instructed in matters relating to the dissolution of partnerships. She has been instructed to conduct trials in relation to the division of assets and the calculation of partnership share. She has also represented clients at successful mediations in relation to partnership matters. She has also advised on settlement agreements for the division of partnership business and assets.
Lisa has been instructed in all aspects of commercial and company disputes. including civil fraud matters and applications of varying types under the Companies Act. She has also regularly appeared in relation to property matters and in particular applications relating the priority of charges and the enforceability of charging orders.
Significant Reported Cases
Ultraframe (UK) Ltd v Fielding [EWHC] 1638 (Ch), C&W Berry Limited v Armstrong-Moakes  IP & CR DG1, CEP Holdings Ltd v Steni  EWHC 2447, Shaw v API Group , LTL 10 April 2008
Lisa has experience in all aspects of Insolvency law both corporate and personal insolvency. She has regularly given talks at seminars and in solicitors on this topic on which she is an acknowledged expert. She has also been instructed on behalf of Directors in Directors Disqualification proceedings
Re Brilliant Entertainment Media Specialists (in Liquidation)  B.P.I.R.
CMEC v Beesley  1 WLR 1704
Re Yarwood  EWHC 2272
Most of the work undertaken by Lisa in this area is protected by the cloak of confidentiality provided by Arbitration. She has recently represented a football agent in a claim brought by a former client for breach of trust and a secret profit. She has represented premiership footballers in claims against their current and former agents. She has also represented football clubs in disputes with their players and other employees and has represented employees in contractual claims against football clubs.
McGill v Sports Entertainment and Media Group Limited  EWHC 3000
Northern Chancery Bar Association
Northern Circuit Commercial Bar Association
British Irish Commercial Bar Association
Chancery Bar Association
LLB (Hons) University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, 2:1
Nottingham Law School
Chambers UK 2020
"Very calm and provides very clear advice."
Chambers UK 2018
"She achieves positive results and her advice is very thorough." "She is an approachable, responsive and commercial barrister."
Legal 500 2018
‘Robust, direct and good with clients.’
Legal 500 2017
'A very assured and combative advocate.'
Chambers UK 2017
"She is friendly, knowledgeable and a strong advocate in court."
Chambers UK 2016
"She's ferocious in court. When she gets the bit between her teeth she really dishes it out to the other side."
Chambers and Partners 2011-2015 Insolvency
Legal 500 2014-2015 Commercial Dispute Resolution and Insolvency
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