May 26, 2024
Doyle's Guide

Rigby Cooke boosts insolvency practice

Howard Chait, Rigby Cooke

 

Rigby Cooke Lawyers has announced the appointments of a new Litigation Partner Howard Chait and Special Counsel Radhika Kanhai specializing in the area of insolvency.

Chait has been practising as an expert in the areas of insolvency, corporate reconstructions, banking litigation and commercial litigation since 1988. He has extensive experience in providing litigation and insolvency advice to liquidators, administrators, receivers and financial institutions.

Rigby Cooke’s Managing Partner David Lawson said: “The addition of Howard Chait to our firm is extremely important and signals our commitment to build in this area of practice.”

Joining Chait,  is Special Counsel Radhika Kanhai who will also specialise in the area of insolvency.

“The addition of Howard Chait to our firm is extremely important and signals our commitment to build in this area of practice.”

“Radhika’s extensive experience in complex court litigation and dispute resolution includes corporate reconstruction and insolvencies, contractual breaches and Corporations Act matters, and she brings a focus on high-level strategic advice to her clients throughout all stages of their dispute,” Lawson said

As an Accredited Mediator, Kanhai is firmly committed to alternative dispute resolution and to obtaining practical and cost effective outcomes for her clients.

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