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  • Vikash Savani

    Vikash Savani
    Senior Associate, London

    Commercial, Commercial Disputes, Personal Litigation

    T. +44 (0) 20 7759 1672
    vikashsavani@incegd.com

Vikash specialises in advising on a broad range of commercial disputes for both corporate and individual clients. He prides himself on his ability to provide advice that is focused on clients’ commercial needs, which is aided by his experience gained in industry.

Vikash advises on a broad range of commercial litigation matters, including contractual claims, partnership and shareholder disputes, professional negligence and civil fraud matters. Vikash is often instructed to act for and against office holders in insolvency proceedings and has experience in presenting and opposing winding up and bankruptcy petitions.

Prior to qualifying as a lawyer, Vikash worked in the legal and compliance departments of two companies operating in the insurance and financial sectors.

Highlight Matters

  • Acted for the Defendant, Gary Love, in an eight day trial in which Gordon Ramsay claimed that a personal guarantee worth £1.28m was signed on his behalf using a ‘ghost-writing machine’ without his knowledge and/or authority - Gordon James Ramsay -v- Gary Love [2015] EWHC 65 (Ch);
  • Acted for the Claimants in a five day trial in successfully recovering sums in excess of £1m in relation to the mismanagement of a waste recycling site in Ascot with claims for breach of contract, misrepresentation and trespass - Reginald Hyde and others -v- Simple Skips Limited and others [2017] EWHC 3087 (QB);
  • Acted for the Claimant, a fair ground operator, in seeking to assert a tenancy over two sites which she had occupied for a number of years at the annual St Giles Fair in Oxford - Dorinda Holland -v- Oxford City Council [2016] EWHC 2545 (Ch);
  • Acted for five Respondents in opposing an application by the Joint Trustees in Bankruptcy to set aside, under section 284 of the Insolvency Act 1986, dispositions totaling £2.5m made by the Bankrupt to the Respondents in the period between the presentation of the bankruptcy petition and the making of the bankruptcy order; and
  • Represented the Jointed Liquidators of a company in seeking to recover, pursuant to section 127 of the Insolvency Act 1986, dispositions made by the company to the Respondents totaling £1m.

Quote

“No matter how big or small the claim, I will give my all to ensure that my client achieves the best possible outcome.”

Professional Associations & Memberships

  • Junior London Solicitors Litigation Association

What you may not know about Vikash

Vikash is a keen sportsman who plays league cricket for his local team. 

Expertise:
Commercial, Commercial Disputes, Personal Litigation

Qualified:
2013

Education (University):
LPC

Languages:
English