John undertook a significant amount of Insolvency work during pupillage and has a level of experience in Insolvency matters equivalent to a general practitioner many years his senior. He has had exposure to complex and high-value disputes between liquidators and former directors for matters such as:
- Breach of directors' duties
- Transactions at undervalue
John frequently appears at the winding-up court at the Rolls building and in the High Court and County Court on bankruptcy matters.
John has had exposure to high-level, multi-million pound Commercial disputes both during pupillage and whilst at 3PB. He is capable of advising on the application of Commercial and Contract law to complex, multi-party arrangements.
John has a particular interest in cross-border commercial disputes, having studied Conflict of Laws at Oxford University.
John also frequently provides written advice and court advocacy for smaller-scale disputes such as contracts for building services and sale of goods claims.
In addition to his experience in corporate insolvency, John has substantial experience in general Company law matters and frequently appears and advises on matters such as applications to rectify the register of charges under the Companies Act 2006.
12th Jul 2018
Through a glass darkly: reflections on reflective loss
John Jessup considers the recent Court of Appeal decision of Marex Financial Limited  EWCA Civ 1468 which answers the question of whether the rule against reflective loss (which prevents a shareholder bringing an action for loss of value of their shares) applies to unsecured creditors.
- University of Wales, Swansea, LLB Law, 1st class degree (top 1st) (2011)
- University of Oxford, Bachelor of Civil Law (2013)
- Cardiff University, BPTC, Outstanding.
- Best Orator, Oxford International Media Law Moot 2013
- Semi-Finalist, Oxford International Intellectual Property Moot 2013
- Beneficiary of the James Pantyfedwen Foundation, 2012
- Iscoed Chambers Prize, 2011
- Sweet and Maxwell Prize, 2011
John Jessup is qualified to accept instructions directly from members of the public and professional clients under the Direct Public Access scheme.More Information
Through a glass darkly: reflections on reflective loss by 3PB Commercial Barrister John Jessup
John Jessup considers the recent Court of Appeal decision of Marex Financial Limited  EWCA Civ 1468 which answers the question of whether the rule against...Read more