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Guildhall Chambers

Holly Doyle

Bristol, UK UK Bar Guide 2022 Ranked in 3 departments

Barrister profile for UK Bar 2022

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UK Bar
Banking & Finance - Western (Bar)

Band 2

Holly Doyle
Holly Doyle handles highly complex banking and finance litigation as part of her wide-ranging commercial disputes practice. She acts on behalf of banks and financial institutions as well as individual clients. She frequently handles mis-selling and professional negligence claims involving financial advisers.
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Restructuring/Insolvency - Western (Bar)

Band 2

Holly Doyle
Holly Doyle has a broad range of experience that encompasses winding-up and bankruptcy petitions as well as complex misfeasance cases and transaction avoidance claims. She is also capable of handling professional negligence claims against administrators. She is regularly involved in high-value cases appearing before the County and High Courts.
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Professional Negligence - Western (Bar)

Band 2

Holly Doyle
Holly Doyle has an established practice in professional negligence arising in various circumstances, including financial services mis-selling and insolvency. She has strong knowledge in respect of claims brought against solicitors, accountants and IFAs.
Strengths: "She is very hands-on, and gave the case good direction and legal analysis."
Recent work: Acted for the clamant in his loss of chance claim against his former solicitor for negligent advice in respect of the applicable secondary limitation period for his underlying occupation disease claim in respect of asbestosis, resulting in that claim being lost.
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