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Richard Marshall

Managing Partner


Richard joined the firm in 1992 and was appointed to the firm's Management Board with responsibility for marketing. He headed the firm's Insolvency and Business Recovery Department until taking over as the firm's Managing Director in April 2009.

As a leader and manager, Richard is dedicated to driving Lupton Fawcett's strategy.

As a lawyer, Richard is an Insolvency and Business Recovery specialist, having qualified with DLA in 1987.

Whilst currently having little time to practice law, Richard does advise on strategic issues (in Insolvency and more widely), and leads a number of client relationships (both large and small).

As a marketer, Richard is particularly interested in and passionate about brand.

Richard's biggest challenge is orchestrating the contributions of the highly talented and creative group of people that together comprise Lupton Fawcett to ensure that all pull together in the same direction to deliver and grow the best possible offering and service to a quite rightly very demanding market place.

Richard has for many years been recognised as an expert in the field of Insolvency in both Legal 500 and Chambers.

Career Milestones

  • 1987 Qualified at DLA
  • 1992 Joined Lupton Fawcett as an Equity Partner and appointed to the firm's Management Board
  • 2009 Elected Managing Director

Professional Societies

  • Law Society
  • Fellow of R3 (Association of Business Recovery Professionals)
  • Member of the Insolvency Lawyers' Association
  • Chartered Member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing
  • Member of the Anglo Irish Chamber of Commerce

When not at work

Richard is a keen shot and an enthusiastic (if not inexpert) fly fisherman. Richard spends quieter moments cooking, reading and annoying his guitar teacher.

Richard infrequently can be found in the South West of Ireland taking the Guinness cure.

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