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Rachel Brown

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Senior Associate
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Rachel is a Senior Associate within the Litigation and Dispute Resolution Team at Druces LLP with over 10 years of experience of working in the legal industry. She has extensive experience of a broad range of commercial litigation, with an emphasis on company disputes and insolvency litigation. She is a member of the firm’s Turnaround, Restructuring & Insolvency Group, and is also a member of the firm’s Healthcare Group.

Rachel acts for a range of clients including companies, shareholders, directors, partnerships and LLPs and officeholders. She regularly advises and assists with contractual disputes, shareholder disputes, partnership & LLP disputes, insolvency litigation, commercial debt recovery and claims against directors.

Rachel has experience of advising clients on high value, complex disputes across a range of sectors, including healthcare, investment funds, finance, hotel & leisure, retail and manufacturing. She regularly deals with urgent applications, including injunction applications and freezing & search orders. Rachel also has experience of dealing with sensitive matters where reputational risk is involved.

Outside of work, Rachel has an active lifestyle and enjoys running half marathons. She also enjoys fine dining and travelling.

Specialities: Commercial Litigation, Dispute Resolution, Insolvency Litigation, Arbitration

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