Actons, the leading independent law firm in Nottingham, has welcomed a senior insolvency lawyer back to the firm.
Victoria Dunstall has re-joined the firm as a director in its highly regarded insolvency team following a year as a senior law lecturer at Nottingham Trent University.
Victoria initially joined the firm in 2012 and specialises in all aspects of corporate and personal insolvency, both contentious and non-contentious. She regularly works with insolvency practitioners on the sale of assets and is also experienced in pursuing and defending insolvency claims, including transactions at an undervalue, preferences and misfeasance.
Actons is one of the only law firms in the region to have two dual-qualified solicitors/insolvency practitioners in team head Annabel Whittaker and fellow director Nicky Calthrop-Owen, and they work with insolvency practitioners, secured lenders and other organisations locally and nationally including KPMG, Bates Weston, Grant Thornton and RSM.
Simon Dakin, Chairman at Actons commented: “I am delighted to welcome Vicki back, as she is an exceptional lawyer. We now again have three very experienced senior insolvency solicitors at Actons which will ensure that we can maintain our long-standing reputation for providing the high-quality insolvency advice that our clients have become accustomed to.”
Victoria Dunstall added: “I’m really pleased to have re-joined the team at Actons. I thoroughly enjoyed the year at NTU, so much so that I am continuing my lecturing part-time. It’s great to be able to also work with my Actons insolvency colleagues again and support clients as the economic situation develops in the coming months”.
Posted on November 12, 2020