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Paul Wright

Barrister, 9 Stone Buildings
Paul Wright is a junior barrister at 9 Stone Buildings. He joined 9 Stone Buildings in 2018 upon successful completion of his pupillage in chambers. Prior to pupillage, Paul worked in the restructuring and insolvency department of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP and, during his first year of practice, Paul was seconded to the restructuring and insolvency Team at Fieldfisher LLP in London.

He specialises in commercial and chancery practice and is a contributing editor of Insolvency Legislation: Annotations & Commentary (Louis Doyle & Professor Andrew Keay (eds)) LexisNexis 7th Edition (ISBN 978-1-7847-3398-8). Paul is also a regular contributor to a number of legal journals, with articles on various aspects of civil and insolvency litigation.
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Summary judgment and strike out in insolvency proceedings
Summary judgment and strike out in insolvency proceedings
Practice notes

This Practice Note looks at summary judgment under Part 24 of the Civil Procedure Rules (CPR), which is the way in which a litigation claim is determined by the court without a trial. It also looks at strike out under CPR 3.3–3.4, which can result in a litigation party’s statement of case being deleted—either in full or in part—which can have the effect of bringing the substantive proceedings to an end. This Practice Note briefly sets out who can apply for summary judgment or strike out, when such an application should be made, and whether a party is restricted from making an application in any particular circumstances. Produced in partnership with Paul Wright of 9 Stone Buildings.

Creditor funding agreement
Creditor funding agreement
Precedents

This Precedent, produced in partnership with Joseph Carney of Three Stone, creditor funding agreement for insolvency practitioners to use.

Pre-commencement notice of funding where a pre-6 April 2016 conditional fee agreement is in place
Pre-commencement notice of funding where a pre-6 April 2016 conditional fee agreement is in place
Precedents

This Precedent is a notice of funding which must be served on another party in litigation where a conditional fee agreement (CFA) was entered into before 6 April 2016 in respect of insolvency proceedings—and where the party entering into the CFA wishes to recover an additional liability from the other party, including any after-the-event (ATE) insurance premium. This Precedent is produced in partnership with Paul Wright of 9 Stone Buildings.

Witness statement in support of a misfeasance claim under section 212 of the Insolvency Act 1986
Witness statement in support of a misfeasance claim under section 212 of the Insolvency Act 1986
Precedents

This Precedent witness statement is to be used in support of a misfeasance claim brought by a liquidator under section 212 of the Insolvency Act 1986 against one or more directors of the company in liquidation, a former liquidator, or any other person who has been concerned, or has taken part, in the promotion, formation or management of the company.

Practice Area

Panel

  • Contributing Author

Qualified Year

  • 2014

Qualification

  • LLB (2012)

Education

  • University of Warwick (2012)
  • University of Law (2014)

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