Freeths leads the way in latest High Court Review for Insolvency Claims

12th February 2024

The Insolvency and Restructuring team at national law firm Freeths has been named as the most active in the High Court Review 2023.

Compiled by litigation data and analytics platform Solomonic, the annual review of commercial litigation has revealed Freeths topped the insolvency list with 358 claims, followed by Pannone Corporate with 260 and Coltman Warner Cranston at 224.

The claims included in the calculation include Insolvency Act Claims for Office Holders, Administration Appointments, CVA filings, and Winding Up Petitions.

National Head of Insolvency and Restructuring at Freeths, Joey Bryne, said: 

“These findings are testament to the dedication and commitment the team has portrayed this year. With a spike in insolvencies in 2023 over various sectors has meant we’ve had to pull together for our clients during such uncertain economic challenges. Appearing way ahead of our competitors, I’m proud of the collaboration the team has displayed in achieving the best results for both new and existing clients.”

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