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Earl Griffith

Partner

London

Griffith Earl
Earl Griffith

Partner

London

Earl is a partner in Allen & Overy's Global Restructuring team and the Managing Partner of the London Restructuring Group. He has over 23 years restructuring experience advising creditors, funds, domestic and international debtor groups, private equity sponsors, hedge counterparties, financial institutions, securitisation servicers and special servicers, insolvency officeholders, scheme and company voluntary arrangement supervisors and nominees and other key stakeholders. 

Earl is recognised by clients, competitors and all major legal directories for his local and international restructuring expertise and experience. He is also recognised by Who's Who Legal as a “Thought Leader in Restructuring & Insolvency”.

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Expertise

Practices

Restructuring

Office

London

Allen & Overy LLP
One Bishops Square
London
E1 6AD

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Qualifications

Professional

Admitted as a Solicitor (England and Wales), 2003

Admitted as a Solicitor (High Court of Australia), 1996

Admitted as a Solicitor (Supreme Court of New South Wales), 1996

Academic

LLB, Law, The University of New South Wales, 1995

LLB, Commerce, The University of New South Wales, 1995

Published work

  • Griffith. E., Weeks. R. and Blackmore. V. (2003) “Marconi restructuring: A blueprint for the future?”, London: PLC
  • Griffith. E. (2003) “Who gets priority? Everything you wanted to know about structural and contractual subordination, but were afraid to ask”, London: Global Turnaround
  • Griffith. E. and Field. I. (2002) “Corporate debt restructuring”, London: PLC