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Marcia Shekerdemian QC

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Strengths

Marcia Shekerdemian QC
Enjoys a busy company practice which is complemented well by her work in insolvency and restructuring cases. She regularly advises on domestic and international disputes. Most recently, she has been engaged in several high-profile shareholder litigation matters and issues concerning breach of director's duty.
"She has great knowledge and is a real fighter who is good to have on your side."
Recent work: Acted with regard to a minority shareholder petition presented under Section 994 concerning Tiebridge Property.

Strengths

Marcia Shekerdemian QC
Regularly approached by clients seeking advice on corporate and personal insolvency cases. She has carved out a niche in the area of fraud and asset recovery work, and regularly acts in cross-border cases. She represents a variety of clients including directors, debtors, office holders and lenders.
"She is very knowledgeable and is a real fighter in court. She is someone who is very good to have on your side." "She has an excellent depth of knowledge in relation to personal insolvency and provides very commercial, straightforward advice." "She is very user-friendly and a very able advocate."
Recent work: Represented a group of 4,000 bondholders, many of whom had lost their life savings following the high-profile collapse of RM Asset Backed Securities.

Strengths

Marcia Shekerdemian QC
Instructed in a variety of commercial chancery matters, and has a particular focus on insolvency work. Praised for her client skills, she has experience of appearing before courts in the Cayman Islands and the Isle of Man.
"Handles cases very well and gets good results. She analyses very cleverly and argues cases very well using a precise, concise advocacy style." "Her written work is very good, she does very good skeleton arguments."
Recent work: Acted for the defendants in a breach of fiduciary and statutory duty claim brought by a company’s liquidator. The claim included allegations of the misuse of the proceeds of sale of a large property development.

Strengths

Marcia Shekerdemian QC
 "Incredibly committed and client-friendly, she has good technical skills and delivers incredible value and insight."
Recent work: Acted in re Sixty UK Ltd, representing the claimants in proceedings alleging professional negligence and breach of fiduciary duty against the former administrators and former CVA supervisors of the high street clothing retailer Miss Sixty.