Leverets is a combined Barrister/Solicitor practice offering advocacy and representation in litigation and disputes in England and Wales, with particular expertise in public enquiries and employment-related investigations and appeals.
Litigation expertise matched by business understanding
Established in 2018, Leverets is active in exceptional, high-value cases on behalf of international and corporate clients as well as high profile individuals. We are also working with a number of SME business leaders on finding practical, mediated solutions to their legal challenges.
Leverets lawyers have broad experience of both litigation and transactional matters. Our principal areas of work are now centred around four fields of law where our extensive experience and blended service of strategic and advocacy skills are a particularly powerful combination.
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We are proud to count years of experience and a breadth of expertise among our team, enabling us to offer leading legal services across a range of specialisms. Our track record working on high profile cases speaks for itself. When you work with Leverets, you’re in safe hands.
Following the failed Kids Company proceedings, the Insolvency Service has refused to reveal the full costs of legal proceedings and other additional fees associated with the trial.
Camila Batmanghelidjh’s legal team explore the impact of the Kids Company litigation for charities and their directors
Natasha Jackson is a barrister at 3 Hare Court and represented Camila Batmanghelidjh (led by Rupert Butler) in the Kids Company trial. Katharine Bailey is a pupil barrister at 3 Hare Court, who assisted in the Kids Company trial. Here they consider the implications of the recent Kids Company litigation for charities and their directors.
Camila Batmanghelidjh’s legal team discuss the recent Kids Company directors disqualification case and its implications for practitioners
Rupert Butler and Natasha Jackson successfully defended Camila Batmanghelidjh, founder of the prominent children’s charity Kids Company, in the directors disqualification proceedings that followed the charity’s collapse.
In this webinar, Rupert and Natasha discuss the implications for company and insolvency practitioners and give their insight on the case.