Gurprit has experience of acting for insolvency practitioners and firms in the UK and Offshore. She has covered a wide range of work, including:
Advising directors on fraudulent misrepresentation, advising on auditor negligence during firm administration, cross-border insolvency, claims against banks for forced insolvency, directors’ disqualification, winding up in the public interest. She has attended court on numerous bankruptcy and winding up petitions.
She also has experience of criminal cases involving restraint orders and receivership.
Gurprit is currently instructed on a multi-million pound cross-border winding up dispute.
The Financial Conduct Authority v Asset L. I. Inc (trading as Asset Land) & others 
Gurprit was part of the FCA team that prepared and successfully presented the first Unauthorised Business Department matter under s235 FSMA (collective investment schemes) that went to a fully contested trial;  EWHC 178. The decision was appealed, and eventually the Supreme Court found that the company’s land banking arrangements amounted to operating collective investment schemes without authorisation.
OFSTEAD v Durand Academy Trust 
Gurprit acted as Junior Counsel in a Judicial Review case, for the Durand Academy at the administrative court and the Court of Appeal. The Administrative Court quashed OFSTEAD’s Report at first instance finding that the absence of any ability effectively to challenge the Report rendered the Complaints Procedures unfair. The Court of Appeal overturned the decision.
Peter Millet Award
International Bar Association
Financial Services Lawyers Association
Surrey and South London Bar Mess
LLB Aberystwyth University
MA Kings College, London
Diploma in Corporate Governance