Freeths continuing to grow in South Yorkshire

22nd April 2016

National leading law firm Freeths LLP, has expanded its Sheffield office with the recent appointment of Oliver Jackson, who joins as a Partner in the Insolvency and Restructuring team in South Yorkshire.

Oliver joins from another national law firm where he headed up the Insolvency and Restructuring team in the firms Sheffield office and has built an exceptional reputation in the local insolvency and finance market. He has a wealth of experience, providing advice to corporates, insolvency practitioners and individuals on all aspects of insolvency and restructuring law. His recent work includes advice on debt recovery, claims by creditors, the appointment process for the various types of insolvency, dealing with antecedent transaction claims, applications made by IPs, advising in relation to ROT and set-off matters, IP's duties, sale of company assets, administration trading issues, advising on property/ landlord and tenant insolvency issues, directors' duties and obligations and contentious insolvency matters. He specialises in all aspects of insolvency and restructuring and has experience in dealing with matters in the automotive, aviation, entertainment, care home, government, banking and financial markets and retail sectors. Freeths National Head of Insolvency Joey Byrne said -Oliver will be a great addition to the expanding National Insolvency team which has grown considerably over the past year and with Oliver's experience, we will continue to offer our clients a great service.

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