Sophie Samani
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June 28, 2023
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H&J retains Chambers ranking & Philip Henderson recognised as a leading individual

H&J is pleased to have retained its Band 2 ranking in Chambers & Partners 2023 for insolvency litigation funding.  We are also delighted that Philip Henderson has been recognised as a leading individual.

We are very grateful to our clients and contacts for their contributions and comments, some of which are below:

"The team are highly experienced litigators having worked as solicitors for magic and silver circle law firms. The team also includes Big Four accountancy professionals who provide expert financial analysis on the matters under review. The team is outcome-driven where the priority is to maximise the recovery and run cases in a cost-efficient manner. They are also able to create solutions that push the envelope over what is possible under the assignment model."

"They are very good, quick to make decisions, don't mess around and are innovative. They want to find a solution that works and they understand the needs of particular cases. Even in the most difficult circumstances, they will try to find a way."

"Phil is highly professional, experienced and has excellent legal knowledge. He is also brilliant at understanding defendants' behaviour and motivations and can strategise as to how best to outmanoeuvre them. He always has the end goal in mind and seeks to achieve the desired outcome as efficiently as possible. Phil is also delightful to work with."

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