Sarah Clarke

Biography

Sarah is a commercial chancery barrister specialising in company, insolvency and commercial litigation. 
Through her insolvency practice Sarah has gained extensive experience and detailed procedural knowledge of all aspects of administration, voluntary arrangement, liquidation and bankruptcy, from the inception of proceedings to the conclusion of the insolvency process. She has advised and represented creditors, insolvency practitioners, individual debtors, companies, partnerships, limited partnerships and LLPs.  Her practice includes claims concerning 
•	transaction avoidance,
•	fraudulent and wrongful trading,
•	misfeasance,
•	director’s disqualification.

Her company law practice is built on providing advice and representation to companies, officeholders and members in relation to:
•	shareholder disputes and unfair prejudice petitions
•	claims arising from breaches of directors’ duties,  
•	directors’ disqualification,
•	unlawful dividends,
•	the enforceability of securities

Sarah also has experience of a wide spectrum of commercial litigation, with particular emphasis on disputes concerning the interpretation of contracts and the application of consumer credit law.



Lexis®PSL Restructuring and Insolvency

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Published Works

Areas of Practice

Restructuring & Insolvency
Commercial

Year Qualified

2003

Education

University of Birmingham

Memberships

Chancery Bar Association

Qualification

BA (Birmingham)