Partner in Insolvency & Corporate Recovery
Victoria specialises in both contentious and non-contentious corporate and personal insolvency matters. Her contentious work includes acting for officeholders and litigation funders in pursuing claims under the Insolvency Act 1986 and the Companies Act 2006, such as misfeasance and antecedent transactions and advising on strategy, prospects of success and recoverability.
Victoria’s non-contentious work includes advising in relation to the appointment of insolvency practitioners and the validity of the appointment and acting in respect of asset sales.
Victoria has considerable experience in the alternative finance sector acting for lenders and security trustees where the loan is default, including advising on the validity of security, the appointment of Law of Property Act receivers and the enforcement of guarantees. She also acts for directors who are being pursued by insolvency practitioners or in relation to personal guarantees and provides advice to individuals and companies in financial difficulty.
Victoria enjoys swimming, jogging, walking her dog and spending time with friends and family. She also enjoys reading and gardening.
Part time lecturer in law at Nottingham Law School.
Director of Inspire: Culture, Learning and Libraries, a charitable community benefit society delivering cultural and learning services across Nottinghamshire.
I have worked with Annabel Whittaker and Victoria Dunstall on numerous occasions. Both are friendly and easy to work with and I trust their expertise and judgement across all insolvency case types.
Legal 500 2023 directory – Victoria and colleague Annabel Whittaker are ranked as Next Generation partners