Lottie Pyper Called to the Bar 2017

Lottie joined South Square as a tenant in October 2018.

She has experience of all Chambers’ core areas of practice, including domestic and cross-border insolvency, restructuring, banking and finance, civil fraud, commercial litigation, insurance, company law, offshore and bankruptcy.

Lottie frequently appears as sole or junior counsel in applications made under the Insolvency Act 1986, the Companies Act 2006 and the Civil Procedure Rules. She particularly familiar with applications related to insolvency.

Over the last few years, Lottie has been involved many of the major insolvencies and restructurings, including Noble, Steinhoff, Nyrstar, Galapagos, Regis, Toys “R” Us, Cattles and Equitable. She is also junior counsel in Snoras v Antonov and Baranauskas, a fraud claim seeking to recover €492 million.

Lottie has considerable experience of complex schemes of arrangement. She was junior counsel in Noble Group Limited and NN2 Newco Limited; Politus B.V. and assisted with the solvent scheme and Part VII transfer proposed by The Equitable Life Assurance Society.

Between April 2019 and July 2019 Lottie completed a secondment at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer.

Lottie holds a First Class degree in English Literature from Oxford University and a Distinction on the Graduate Diploma in Law from City University. She was called to the Bar as a Bedingfield Scholar, Gray’s Inn’s most prestigious award.

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