NDP Welcomes Three New Recruits

In late summer 2021, we welcomed three new Paralegals to our team of experienced Insolvency and Commercial Litigation specialists.

Beth Mills, Harman Randhawa and Chloe Collins all joined us in August 2021. They have all made a great start, and we are delighted to have them on board, so here is a bit more about them.

Director Disqualification

Bethany Mills

Beth obtained her law degree in 2020 and completed her Professional Legal Practice Course (LPC) the following year. Beth started her legal career with NDP as a paralegal summer 2021 having focused on business and company law during her LPC.

Beth has taken a particular interest in contentious Insolvency matters, a perfect fit for our specialist firm. Beth has recently assisted on a significant (and successful) security for costs application as well as working with senior solicitors in Director Disqualification matters to include allegations of fraud and dishonesty. These experiences have reaffirmed her aspirations to complete her training contract and ultimately qualify as a solicitor with NDP.

Harman Randhawa

After completing his undergraduate degree in Law, Harman completed his postgraduate BPTC – Bar Professional Training Course – before beginning his legal career as a Paralegal with Neil Davies & Partners in August 2021.

Having studied Company Law at both undergraduate and postgraduate level, Harman knew that he was destined for a career in insolvency. Harman has been exposed to a wide variety of insolvency law matters, including director disqualification and working in prosecuting and defending of high value Misfeasance claims against Directors.

Chloe Collins

After completing the Legal Practice Course, Chloe started her legal career in Birmingham City Council’s legal department where she volunteered and worked between 2018 and 2021. With a desire to work in private practice, Chloe joined NDP in Summer 2021 as a Paralegal, jumping feet first into contested liquidator claims (for defendants and liquidators) and Director disqualification proceedings.

Chloe has recently been involved in a £6.3 million Worldwide Asset Freezing Order Application for an NDP client which was successfully resisted, and further assisted on a large disclosure exercise for an NDP client including thousands of documents for a claim worth over £2 million.

Neil Davies, Senior Partner and Managing Director said:

“We’re delighted to have Chloe, Harman and Beth on board. All three have settled in really well and we look forward to them completing their training contracts with us on the journey towards qualifying as solicitors. They follow in the footsteps earlier this year of Tom Riley and Doug McEvoy joining us as Assistant Solicitors and confirms our commitment to bringing in the best young talent to our insolvency and commercial litigation practice.”

Contact us or call us on 0121 200 7040. Our Insolvency Law solicitors will be happy to discuss and advise on any Director Disqualification or Misfeasance issues, and the initial conversation is free.

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