Nigel Whitfield is a Director at Lupton Fawcett and was a former Partner at Lee & Priestley.
He joined Lee & Priestley on 1 October 1984 and was Head of their Insolvency and Business Recovery Department. With more than 30 years experience, Nigel is renowned and highly respected. He has extensive knowledge of all aspects of personal and corporate insolvency law. He has particular experience in dealing with property related cases and investigations.
- Compulsory Liquidations
- Insolvency Litigation
- 1984 Joined Lee & Priestley
- 2012 Joined Lupton Fawcett Lee & Priestley (now Lupton Fawcett)
What Others Say
Nigel Whitfield is praised as being "good at out-of-the-box thinking, and is always willing to go the extra mile." Chambers and Partners Uk 2016
Nigel Whitfield "is tenacious in the way he investigates" and has particular experience in dealing with property bankruptcies. Clients also say that he takes a "pragmatic approach" to problematic cases. - Chambers & Partners UK 2013
Nigel Whitfield does a tremendous job on personal insolvency, according to sources. He is particularly noted for his skill in complex bankruptcies and stands out as "one of the best personal insolvency lawyers in the north." - Chambers & Partners UK 2009
Nigel Whitfield is highly sought-after for his bankruptcy expertise, particularly in more complex cases. He is recognised for his creativity and for always trying his damnedest to get the best result. He retains his number 1 ranking for personal insolvency work. - Chambers & Partners UK 2008
Nigel Whitfield is one of the best in the city for bankruptcy issues. - Chambers & Partners UK 2007
- Law Society
When not at work
Nigel's personal interests include motorcycling, cooking, theatre, film, motor racing and music.