Edoardo Lupi

Called to the Bar 2015

Edoardo specialises in domestic and cross-border insolvency/restructuring, commercial litigation, offshore work, banking and financial services and company law.

Edoardo is ranked as a rising star in the Legal 500 for insolvency work. He was recently instructed as junior counsel by Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. in Lehman Brothers Holdings Scottish LP 3 v Lehman Brothers Holdings Plc [2021] EWCA Civ 1523, a 5-day appeal before the Court of Appeal. Significant cases he has acted in as sole counsel include Re A & M Access Ltd [2017] EWHC 2756 (Ch) on s. 236 of the Insolvency Act, and Boulton v Queen Margaret’s School, York Ltd [2018] 10 WLUK 490, a successful appeal relating to the unreasonable refusal of offers to pay under s. 271(3) of the Insolvency Act.

Edoardo is regularly instructed in commercial disputes in the Commercial Court and the Chancery Division. He is currently instructed as sole counsel in a number of ongoing commercial claims, as well as part of a larger team in several recognition and enforcement proceedings in respect of foreign judgments.

Edoardo is also ranked as a rising star in the Legal 500 for offshore work. He has a particular interest in share valuation disputes, having been involved in Re Nord Anglia Inc., 58.Com Inc., Re MedImpact and Re Sina Corporation. He is also instructed in relation to an ongoing judicial review claim in Anguilla, which is due to be heard by the Privy Council.

Edoardo graduated from Oxford University with a Congratulatory First Class degree in Classics, obtaining the second highest mark in his year.

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