Lisa Walmisley undertakes all aspects of commercial and chancery litigation.
This includes the following:
Shareholder disputes, corporate governance, protecting minority rights, derivative actions, directors’ duties and just and equitable winding-up. She recently represented two directors in a claim for breach of fiduciary duties involving a multi-million-pound property.
All aspects of administration, liquidation and receivership, as well as personal insolvency.
Trustees’ rights and obligations, asset tracing, third-party liability for receipt and assistance.
Contractual disputes, confidentiality, TCC disputes, arbitration, sales of goods, agency, consumer credit, asset finance and recovery, including freezing injunctions and search and seizure orders.
The resolution of contractual disputes between participants in professional sport, company and trusts aspects of wealth management, disciplinary proceedings, challenging the decisions of sport regulatory bodies, breach of confidentiality and breach of privacy including urgent injunctions.
Walmisley recently represented a premiership footballer in Re a Debtor — a dispute between an international agent and a premiership footballer as to the entitlement to fees on a transfer.
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This material was sourced from the Kings Chambers website.
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