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Emily Reeve

Emily Reeve

Partner
Admitted in 2009

"Emily is very bright and conscientious. She has a lot of  experience of working on litigation at a high level"
Chambers UK 2023

"Emily Reeve is a very safe pair of hands and very capable for insolvency litigation."
Legal 500 2022

"Emily Reeve is excellent and should be one to watch"
Legal 500 2021

"She is all over the details and is an impressive, commercial lawyer."
Chambers & Partners 2021

Named as an "Associate to Watch" 
Chambers & Partners 2021

About

Emily is a specialist in Restructuring and Insolvency. Her practice focuses primarily on contentious insolvency matters, acting for insolvency practitioners in both a personal and corporate insolvency context. However, she also acts for company directors providing advice on their duties in the event of business failure and she has extensive experience in advising banks in relation to their security position and enforcement options. Emily joined the firm in 2020 having moved from TLT, where she trained and has been recognised as a recommended professional and "One to Watch" in both Legal 500 and Chambers.

Emily works 4 days per week and outside of work lives in Bristol with her family and loves to be outdoors. Her free time is usually spent either dragging her children up hills or swimming, cycling, running or paddleboarding in the local area. Emily feels really fortunate to live in a place that allows her to do all of these things close to home while still having the buzz of living in the city.

Recent Experience

  • Acting for the trustee-in-bankruptcy of former high net worth individual.  Advising on the recovery of assets in foreign jurisdictions; a trust claim over the bankrupt's primary residence; and proofs of debt requiring consideration of financial services regulation.
  • Acting for the compulsory liquidator of a trading hotel.  Advising on trading and seeking a sale of the business in liquidation while also responding to a rescission application made by a former director.
  • Acting for the joint administrators of a property development business and, subsequently, specialist litigation funders, in relation to an investigation into the disappearance of £multi-million third party funding.

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