Gavin McLeod
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Company & Partnership Profile

Gavin has experience in partnership and company law. He has been led by two senior members of Chambers, including in silk, in substantial High Court litigation in these fields. In Smith v Smith he assisted David Stockill in advancing the applicant’s rights to be able to control the winding-up of a family farming partnership following his father’s death. He was also junior to Avtar Khangure Q.C. in a multi-million pound breach of fiduciary claim which also involved multiple unfair prejudice allegations. Subsequently he has advised on matters concerning the existence or otherwise of partnerships and regarding dissolutions and windings-up. 

He has advised and appeared on such cases as restorations and the late registration of corporate charges. Owing to the Chancery emphasis in his practice, he is particularly suited to advising on matters of breach of fiduciary duty so far as concerning directors and partners.