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Vernon Dennis, Partner, Howard Kennedy

Vernon Dennis

Partner at Howard Kennedy

London, United Kingdom

About Me

Head of the Business Recovery and Reconstruction Group at Howard Kennedy a role taken up at the beginning of 2007.

A fellow of R3 The Association of Business Recovery Professionals and a member of the Turnaround Management Association.

Co author of The New Law of Insolvency (Law Society 2003)

Author of Insolvency Law Handbook (Law Society 3rd Ed. July 2013); Administration (Law Society 2010) Liquidation (Law Society 2011) and Bankruptcy (Law Society 2012). 


  • Corporate Recovery
  • Corporate Reconstruction
  • Personal Insolvency
  • Liquidation
  • Adminstration
  • Receivership
  • Bankruptcy
  • Business Turnaround
  • Director's Advisory

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