Shepherd and Wedderburn strengthens its restructuring and insolvency capability

Shepherd and Wedderburn has appointed an experienced restructuring and insolvency specialist in its London office.

Brenda Harris, who was previously a senior solicitor at The Khan Partnership, has 25 years of experience in the restructuring and insolvency field. She was a partner in the London office of Eversheds for 13 years, where she led the insolvency team. Brenda has acted for a range of corporate clients, major banks and leading insolvency practices.

She will join the firm's highly experienced restructuring and insolvency team who recently:

21st November 2008

Shepherd and Wedderburn has appointed an experienced restructuring and insolvency specialist in its London office.

Brenda Harris, who was previously a senior solicitor at The Khan Partnership, has 25 years of experience in the restructuring and insolvency field. She was a partner in the London office of Eversheds for 13 years, where she led the insolvency team. Brenda has acted for a range of corporate clients, major banks and leading insolvency practices.

She will join the firm's highly experienced restructuring and insolvency team who recently:

  • Advised the administrators of Zoom Airlines Limited
  • Advised the administrators of Heritable Bank, the subsidiary of the Icelandic Bank, Landsbanki
  • Advised the receivers in Scotland and the administrators in England of Fopp (the music retailer)

Shepherd and Wedderburn Chief Executive, Patrick Andrews, stated:

'I am delighted that Brenda has joined the Shepherd and Wedderburn Restructuring and Insolvency Group. Her appointment will enable the group to continue to build and develop on its ability to act for clients throughout the UK. She brings with her invaluable experience which is greatly in demand at this time.'