Pannone insolvency and debt teams triumph in industry standings
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The insolvency and debt teams at Pannone Corporate have featured highly in the latest Insolvencies and Companies List, according to the latest Solomonic Year in Review.

The teams ranked second in the top insolvency law firm list, based on the volume of claims issued in 2023. Collectively, 260 claims were issued by Pannone Corporate, ahead of the likes of Irwin Mitchell, Shoosmiths and Weightmans.

Daniel Clarke, insolvency and restructuring partner at Pannone, commented: “Given the current economic climate and the challenges facing businesses across England and Wales, it’s unsurprising to see such high volumes of claims going through the High Courts, with the Pannone teams contributing significantly to those claims numbers.”

Paul Jagger,  Head of Debt Recovery at Pannone, added: “We have invested in experienced and fresh talent to strengthen our proposition in both teams. This, coupled with our bespoke case management system, allows us to be perfectly placed to deal with high volume petitions, achieving excellent results for our clients.”

The annual High Court commercial litigation data report looks at key trends and analytics on the claims issued in the civil courts of England and Wales over a 12 month period.

In 2023, more than 7,500 claims were issued, with an 86% increase in insurance-related claims driven by aircraft leasing and Covid-related disputes.

The report states that ‘geopolitical, pandemic and economic events loomed large over English High Court litigation in 2023’, with winding up petitions continuing to drift upwards through most of the year, peaking in September.

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