Jamie Rhodes is a solicitor specialising in commercial dispute resolution and insolvency. 

He advises on, and has experience in, a range of insolvency procedures, including company voluntary arrangements, pre-pack administrations and creditor appointments of administrators. He has also assisted clients in a range of high-court matters, including a multi-million pound financial services dispute.

Jamie trained at the firm and worked on a variety of contentious and non-contentious matters in his seats, which were Commercial Dispute Resolution, Residential Development, Business Advisory and Insolvency and Capital Markets. He has worked with a diverse cross-section of the firm's clients in a variety of industries, from market leading real estate development clients to technology start-ups.

Jamie is an active participant in both the firm's Sport group and the Diversity and Inclusion committee, which he helped found. He is also actively interested in law's intersection with technology, both in assisting clients with technology related disputes and using technology to streamline the business of law. 

Recent work
  • Leading on pre-packaged sale of a data storage company's assets.
  • Part of team preparing successful company voluntary arrangement proposal for national retail chain.
  • Assisting client in multi-million pound civil dispute relating to property development.
  • Assisting valuator in multi-million pound dispute relating to old master painting.
  • Assisting in pre-packaged sale of bespoke furniture company's assets.
  • Part of the team working on a 20 day trial in the High Court featured in the Financial Times and by the Lawyer as a Top Case for 2019.
Did you know
Jamie is a former rugby player who had a 20 year career playing. He was once invited to coach the Honduran national rugby team. 
London Bridge and The Shard at dusk.

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