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Dominic Shard

Solicitor Corporate Commercial | Bath
Direct: 01225 750072
Office: 01225 750000
Mob: 073944 20024

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I am a solicitor in the Corporate Commercial team having joined Mogers Drewett in May 2020 from BDB Pitmans in London.

Originally qualified in 2017 as a Restructuring and Insolvency Solicitor, I have considerable experience in all areas of contentious and non-contentious insolvency including:

• The purchase and sale of insolvent businesses;
• Conducting security reviews;
• The appointment of administrators;
• Asset recovery for creditors;
• Bringing and defending proceedings under the Insolvency
Act 1986 (transactions at an undervalue, preferences, etc.)
• Advising insolvency practitioners, companies, directors,
shareholders and lenders;

I also regularly act in director disqualification proceedings and provide independent legal advice to guarantors. I pride myself on building long term partnerships with my clients by providing succinct, efficient and timely advice.

Away from the office, I enjoy cycling, hiking and spending as much time outdoors as I can.


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