Keystone Law has expanded on its insolvency practice with the arrival of solicitor advocate Tony Sampson.
With almost 30 years’ experience, Tony brings with him an abundance of expertise in corporate insolvency and restructuring having previously worked on a number of high-profile cases involving multinational companies.
In addition to being a solicitor advocate, he is a Licensed Insolvency Practitioner, authorised by the Insolvency Practitioners Association and is often instructed by other insolvency practitioners ranging from Magic Circle firms to sole. Those instructions may be of a procedural, professional or technical nature, while the sources of his other instructions include banks, creditors (secured or otherwise) and directors.
Tony lectures extensively and has lectured for Central Law Training, R3, and Legal Easel and is also heavily involved with the Joint Insolvency Examination Board.
Speaking about his appointment, Tony said:
“I am delighted to be joining such a firm with strong, full-service capability and an impressive bench of lawyers. I believe that Keystone Law is the ideal platform from which to further develop my practice and, in turn I hope that my expertise will also be of use to my colleagues.”
Founder and CEO of Keystone Law, James Knight, added:
“We are experiencing growing numbers of clients seeking advice on insolvency, restructuring and turnaround matters. Tony’s arrival will further strengthen our offering and enable us to continue to provide excellent service to clients.”