Chris joined Brecher in January 2014 as Head of Banking Litigation, following 35 years working in the law profession. He specialises in working for secured lenders ranging from national institutions to mid-level, niche and smaller banks. A growth area of Chris’s practice is bridging loans and this has resulted from personal recommendations from satisfied clients.
He has vast experience working with LPA Receivers in respect of a wide variety of properties ranging from shopping centres to part built development sites. Chris also works with a wide range of Insolvency Practitioners on personal and corporate insolvency matters.
Chris also deals with a wide variety of fraud matters including many cases requiring worldwide freezing injunctions and/or search and seizure orders. These cases include not only instances of bank fraud but also property fraud and identity theft. A number of these cases also involve cross border transactions and enforcement.
Chris delivers to Brecher’s clients an unrivalled level of service in his practice area. He undertakes a broad spectrum of litigation across a range of courts and has extensive experience of all ADR formats and all forms of injunctive relief. One of his Court of Appeal cases is reported in the All England Law Reports and is widely regarded as the leading case on bank interest rates.
Chris is a Chartered Legal Executive and an Affiliate member of NARA – The Association of Property and Fixed Charge Receivers and also a member of the Financial Services Lawyer’s Association.