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Ryan is " responsive, thorough, commercial and he does what he says he is going to do," (Chambers UK 2017)
Ryan is the highly renowned head of our corporate recovery and insolvency team. Working closely with our clients throughout Yorkshire, the North of England and nationally, Ryan advises across the full spectrum of corporate and personal insolvency matters, be that acting for Insolvency Practitioners and creditors or businesses and individuals facing financial difficulties. Ryan also works with a number of financial institutions, most notably in the asset based lending market.
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“I work on the basis that my legal advice has, not only to be right, but is also a workable and practical solution for my client. After all, it’s not unusual for a range of issues and particular circumstances to arise on a matter, so it’s key that I have the ability to adapt quickly and effectively to ensure I deliver.
“Together with the corporate recovery and insolvency team here at Clarion I have handled a number of high profile and complex insolvencies most notably in the retail, manufacturing, haulage, construction, sport and leisure sectors.
“As Joint Managing Partner I work with the management board to help further develop our business and client relationships."
Ryan has a particular specialism in dealing with contentious issues arising from corporate insolvencies including administrations, administrative receiverships, liquidations and turnarounds.
- 1996 University College London, LLB (Hons) Law
- 1998 York College of Law, Legal Practice Course
- 1998 Joined Clarion as Trainee
- 2000 Qualified at Clarion as a solicitor
- 2004 Became a Senior Associate
- 2006 Became a Partner at Clarion
- 2009 Head of Corporate Recovery and Insolvency team
- 2015 Became Joint Manager Partner
Practical, no-nonsense and technically excellent.Chambers UK
Ryan Millmore, and Roger Hutton are recommended; their ‘professionalism allows for complete confidence in client situations’.Legal 500
Ryan Millmore and Roger Hutton are ‘both commercial in their approach, and consistently provide good, practical legal advice’.Legal 500