Simon Hurry was great to work with. The matter we worked on together was extremely time sensitive as well as raising novel, cross-jurisdictional points of law. Simon was considered, detail-oriented, responsive and collaborative.
A young, dynamic lawyer who is going to go a long way, a true asset to the firm.
Simon is my go-to Jersey litigation/insolvency lawyer; strategic, user friendly and very knowledgeable.
Simon provided excellent legal and strategic advice and felt like an extension of the team.
I have been impressed with him; he is extremely responsive, knowledgeable and confident.
Bright, engaged and thoughtful.
He couples an understanding of the need for commerciality with sound legal advice.
Simon is highly commercial and tenacious in equal measure. Fun to work with as well.
Simon Hurry is a standout partner – a class act.
Simon's an outstanding lawyer - he's brilliantly client-friendly with complete mastery of his field.
Simon Hurry is fast emerging as a serious player in the market. He is extremely thorough and has an excellent court manner which commands the confidence of judges.
Sharp mind and excellent work ethic.
Simon performs very well. He is clear, calm and articulate.
Incredibly smart and so easy to deal with. Hugely knowledgeable about Jersey insolvency law.
He has made a material and substantive contribution to both his firm and the profession, particularly in the field of Dispute Resolution.
I have been very impressed with Partner Simon Hurry. He is extremely responsive, commercially sensible and a pleasure to work with generally. He will be my first port of call for any Jersey-related matters going forward.
Very competent and knowledgeable.
Simon is particularly skilled in condensing detailed and complex arguments into concise commentary.
Simon heads up the Insolvency and Corporate Disputes team in Jersey. Simon has more than 15 years of experience and specialises in high-value commercial and trust litigation (including 'trust busting'), enforcement and asset tracing and cross-border insolvency matters. He is a Jersey advocate and able to draw on multi-jurisdictional litigation and alternative dispute resolution experience, having spent a number of years in our Cayman Islands office. Simon leads our contentious insolvency and restructuring department.
For financially distressed companies in need of restructuring and reorganisation, or for those where the opportunity to do so has passed or failed, we work to achieve the most beneficial outcome in these difficult situations.
Our team brings a wealth of experience from a range of diverse backgrounds to give quick, accurate, commercial advice, primarily across the financial services sector.
Currently working on some of the largest and most complex cross-border insolvencies in the jurisdiction, we frequently advise top law firms from the People’s Republic of China, the US, the UK and other jurisdictions. We are regularly briefed by Sovereign Wealth Funds and Fortune 500 Companies to advise on particular restructurings, as well as investment managers from Europe and the US.
At whatever stage we are engaged, our involvement will assist in identifying the on-going risks facing a client and to enable that client to continue to identify and effectively manage deteriorating relationships with creditors, financiers, investors or other interested parties.
Knowing what to do and when to act when things go wrong is a key part of our service to our clients on both lender and borrower side. Our clients include banks, funds, directors, shareholders and insolvency practitioners. We undertake security reviews and advise on pre-emptive measures. We appreciate the need to act promptly and decisively, and at the same time are sensitive to potential negative publicity for our clients.
Our dispute resolution specialists collaborate seamlessly with our corporate advisory and banking teams across jurisdictions to advise multinational corporations, trust companies, banks, funds, insurers, governments and directors. We provide a global perspective, working closely with our clients to ensure that they are best placed to respond to customer issues, fraud risks, rapidly changing market conditions and regulatory demands.
We're used to working as part of a multi-jurisdictional team, capable of reacting and responding quickly to urgent requests for assistance with locating and freezing assets. As sophisticated defendants become more adept at dissipating assets, we've been involved in cases that created new law in relation to a party's ability to trace assets and recover their losses. With their ability to deal with complex issues the team deliver clear, commercial advice on the availability and likely success of recovery methods.
In regulatory disputes there are often fine lines between the usual wrangling with the regulator and something more serious – by matching our mix of experienced contentious and non-contentious lawyers to the particular problem at hand, we achieve better and more efficient outcomes. As regulatory experts, we frequently act on contentious matters and can leverage our experience to help clients achieve the highest regulatory standards and avoid common pitfalls.
The English Court of Appeal (the Court of Appeal) has recently issued a judgment which will be of particular interest to liquidators and those that they pursue in the case of Hunt v Ravneet Ubhi  EWCA Civ 417. Background The case concerns a credito...
In this article we explore the UK Supreme Court's ("the Supreme Court") decision in BTI v Sequana and what this means for directors in Jersey - particularly when dealing with a company which is facing the onset of insolvency. Jersey is a customary la...
Lynne Calder, Of Counsel in the Jersey Dispute Resolution team, was appointed by the Royal Court of Jersey as Amicus Curiae in a case involving an application for the winding up of a company on the "just and equitable" basis under Article 155 of the Comp...
On 13 October 2022, the UK Privy Council handed down one of the most significant decisions of the past decade for the trusts industry in common-law jurisdictions in relation to Halabi (Appellant) v Equity Trust (Jersey) Ltd (Respondent) in re the ZII Tru...
Collas Crill has been ranked in the upper echelons of the 2022 Global Restructuring Review (GRR) 100, an annual guide to the world's leading law firms for cross-border restructuring and insolvency matters. For the second year running Collas Crill has be...
Collas Crill has maintained its strong position in the Chambers & Partners United Kingdom 2022 directory, upholding its rankings across all practice areas, with the addition of a number of individual awards. The directory demonstrates the firm's mar...
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