Thomas is an associate in the insolvency litigation team.

He acts for insolvency practitioners, company directors and creditors to tackle issues arising before, during and after events of insolvency.

Thomas helps to recover assets, secure property and resolve disputes. He also handles commercial litigation and personal disputes, connected to insolvent individuals and businesses.

Thomas finds clear solutions to complicated and chaotic problems and offers clients practical solutions.

Thomas qualified as a solicitor in 2013 and joined Russell Cooke in 2018.

  • Acting for various trustees in bankruptcy in contested asset realisation claims
  • Acting for a trustee in bankruptcy to obtain declarations relating to unenforceable loans advanced by a company in liquidation
  • Acting for a trustee in bankruptcy to recover possession of a 'shared-ownership' property, including obtaining a declaration that the long lease of the property from a local housing authority was an asset of the bankrupt estate
  • Acting for landlords of commercial premises to resolve various issues arising from tenant insolvency
  • Advising an administrator in connection with an application for court approval of remuneration
  • Seeking permission to continue proceedings against a company in administration, in order to obtain declarations including a lien over property, so as to promote a creditor client’s status to that of a secured creditor
  • Rectifying the register at land registry to accurately record the transfer of parcels of land to a bankrupt, in order to assist in realisation of the asset
  • Degree in Law from UWE Bristol and completed his legal studies at City Law School, London.
  • Trained and qualified with a regional firm on the South Coast.