Philip is an official CPDcast contributor and contributes to the following podcasts:
Philip is regularly instructed on the following areas of law:
* Commercial litigation: contractual disputes; civil fraud; conflict of laws; sale of goods; security; partnership disputes; trusts; arbitration.
* Banking and finance: guarantees; enforceability of security; mistaken payments; breach of mandate; consumer credit.
* Corporate/personal insolvency: transactions at an undervalue; unlawful preferences; schemes of arrangement; CVAs/IVAs; injunctions to restrain presentation/advertisement of petitions; private/public examinations; validation orders; rescissions/annulments.
* Company law: unfair prejudice petitions; shareholder disputes; share capital reductions; unlawful distributions; misfeasance proceedings against directors.
In 2011, Philip was seconded to the Banking and Finance department at Matthew Arnold & Baldwin LLP where he advised and appeared on behalf of major banks in a wide variety of banking matters.
Between October 2009 and April 2010, he was seconded to PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. Philip advised and assisted PwC's insolvency practitioners in their ongoing insolvency proceedings, as well as appearing on behalf of those practitioners in various applications in the Companies Court. By virtue of the substantial time he has spent working alongside insolvency practitioners, Philip has acquired a comprehensive awareness of the practical aspects and implications of insolvency proceedings, and draws on this knowledge in advising clients. In 2009, he was seconded to the Pensions Regulator during which time he worked on a case carrying out disclosure and drafting various other documents which were part of TPR's case to be put before the Determinations Panel.
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