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Jenny Lau of iLaw on the Fallout of Insufficient Exit Planning

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Jenny Lau of iLaw on the Fallout of Insufficient Exit Planning

By , November 19, 2021
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Head of Arbitration at iLaw Jenny Lau joins the podcast for this week’s episode. Jenny specialises in international arbitration and commercial litigation, having previously trained and practiced at Fieldfisher, where she became a Director. She joined boutique practice iLaw in 2020 to lead their arbitration practice, focusing on technology, businesses, and innovators. Jenny has extensive experience dealing with commercial disputes relating to the fallout of owners exiting their businesses and issues that can arise when business owners don’t prepare for exit.

Jenny has a broad and varied commercial practice dealing with complex and often international disputes, commercial fraud, insolvency, and professional negligence matters. Jenny has also had the opportunity to see things on the other side of the fence, having enjoyed two secondments to technology clients, most recently, stepping in as temporary Legal Counsel for an International business of a global medical devices company.

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Darryl Bates-Brownsword

Darryl Bates-Brownsword

Partner | Succession Plus UK

Darryl is a dynamic, driven Business Mentor and Coach with over 20 years of experience and passion for creating successful outcomes for founder-led businesses. He is a great connector, team builder, problem solver, and inspirer – showing the way through complexity to simplicity.

He has built 2 international multi-million turnover businesses; one now operating in 16 countries. His quick and analytical approach cuts through to the core issues quickly and identifying the context. He challenges the status quo and gets consistent, repeatable and reliable business results.

Originating in Australia, Darryl’s first career was as an Engineer in the Power Industry. Building businesses bought him to the UK in 2003 where he quickly developed a reputation for combining systems thinking with great creativity to get results in challenging situations.

A keen competitive cyclist, he also has a B Eng (Mech) Engineering and an MBA.