Robin Muir's practice focuses on insolvency-related disputes and investigations. He also advises on transactional insolvency issues, spanning domestic and cross-border matters. He acts for a broad range of clients, including insolvency office holders, debtors, creditors, and company directors.
Robin's recent experience includes acting for the Court-appointed conflict liquidator of the collapsed retail giant Comet in a successful trial against the company's former shareholders, securing a £100m+ judgment in what is thought to be the largest ever award under a preference claim. Robin also advised the Trustee in Bankruptcy of a Saint Vincent-registered entity belonging to the "Harlequin" group of companies, successfully securing an order for the delivery of the group's computer servers, which had been used in the perpetration of a £225m fraud.
Fraud, Electronic Data Sources and Claims to Privilege in the United Kingdom—Lessons From Brian Glasgow v David Ames
- BPP Law School, London (Legal Practice Course 2017; Graduate Diploma in Law 2016); St Catherine's College, Oxford University (B.A. in English Language & Literature 2015)
- Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales