Radford Goodman is a dispute resolution lawyer based in London. He handles a wide range of general commercial litigation, with particular emphasis on finance and insolvency.
He acts for financial institutions, insolvency practitioners, trustees, creditors, companies and directors. Reported cases include Pearson and others v Lehman Brothers SA and others, McGrath v Riddell (Re HIH Insurance) (House of Lords), State Street Bank and Trust Company v Sompo Japan Insurance Inc., AES Barry v TXU Europe Energy Trading Ltd, Re TXU UK Ltd and Phoenix Venture Holdings v Independent Trustee Services.
Radford has guest lectured on corporate insolvency at University College, London and is a contributor to “The Law of Administrators and Receivers of Companies” by Lightman & Moss. He served on the editorial committee of INSOL’s electronic newsletter and has written articles for Insolvency and Restructuring International, INSOL World, Butterworth’s Journal of International Banking and Financial Law, Corporate Rescue and Insolvency, Financial News and Recovery. Radford is a member of the Insolvency Lawyers’ Association, INSOL Europe and the Association of Business Recovery Professionals.
In Chambers and Partners UK 2013 he is described as “a big name for the future”, having “excellent analytical abilities” and benefiting from “a deep understanding of complex financial products”. In Chambers and Partners UK 2012 he is praised for being “capable of handling a range of work without exception or issue”. Legal 500 UK 2012 describes him as “an expert in the insolvency arena”.
The unprecedented events of the last two years have seen structured finance transaction documentation tested in a way that few could have anticipated..
As details continue to emerge about the accounting fraud at Satyam Computer Services, one of India’s largest software services companies, and investors’ confidenc....
Radford Goodman was quoted in the Financial Times discussing the House of Lords ruling that backs greater international cooperation on cross-border insolvencies..