Edward Ryman is an Australian Qualified Solicitor in the firm’s complex commercial litigation and disputes practice group in London.
Prior to arriving in London, Edward was with the firm’s restructuring and insolvency team in Sydney where he acted for, and against, insolvency practitioners in contentious and non-contentious matters in corporate insolvency and bankruptcy scenarios.
Edward has experience acting on a wide range of disputes and advising on issues arising out of formal insolvency appointments, including distressed business and asset sales, public examinations and litigating voidable transaction and insolvent trading claims. He also has experience advising the firm’s banking and private lending clients on informal workouts and restructurings, forbearance arrangements, security enforcement and contractual disputes.
Edward qualified as an Australian Lawyer in 2013. He joined the firm in 2015 from an Australian national firm where he worked as a litigation and insolvency lawyer in Melbourne.
- Australian Restructuring Insolvency & Turnaround Association member
- Law Society of New South Wales member
- Neeeat Holdings (in liquidation): Case Note, IPA Australian Insolvency Journal (22), June 2013