New Square Chambers is widely respected for its solid company law practice, and houses a number of highly rated specialists who are well equipped to act in both transactional and litigious capacities. Barristers at the set exhibit demonstrable capabilities in schemes of arrangement, breach of duty claims and unfair prejudice claims, among a number of other matters. Examples of recent work include a role representing Juno Nominees in multiparty claims involving allegations of breach of statutory duty and of duties arising under company articles.
"The clerks are always hands-on and super helpful." Michelle Greene is the senior clerk.
Simon Adamyk is a highly experienced company law barrister with a strong international practice, who has experience of appearing unled in court in the Bahamas, the Isle of Man and the BVI. He also has experience in arbitration proceedings, and those before the Supreme Court.
"He is absolutely brilliant. Literally nothing escapes him in terms of the issues in the case, and he has full mastery of all the detail." "Simon is very bright and thorough."
David Eaton Turner
David Eaton Turner is a respected senior junior with an impressive company practice, who is often called upon to handle high-stakes shareholder disputes and directors' duties cases. He also demonstrates strength in reorganisations of capital and insolvency work, as well as in matters concerning securities and asset recovery.
"Personable, hugely hard-working and highly responsive."
Robin Hollington KC
Robin Hollington KC is a leading company and insolvency litigator with over 35 years' experience in the field. He regularly acts for both institutions and individuals in a wide range of cases, both domestically and offshore. His deep knowledge of unfair prejudice issues is the subject of much praise. His cross-border practice is active in the BVI, Hong Kong and the Cayman Islands.
"Diligent, effective and really nice to work with."