CommercialCorporateDebt RecoveryLitigation

What We Do


Silverback Law is a Commercial Law Firm, providing the full range of legal services required by businesses throughout the UK. Specialising in Debt Recovery and Litigation, Silverback Law is able to provide a service tailored to your individual needs, ensuring that the action taken meets your expectations in safeguarding both your balance sheet and your reputation.


Silverback Law’s services also include advice and work in respect of Commercial Contracts, Company Formation, Shareholders & Partnership Agreements, as well as Mergers & Acquisitions, Business Structures & Reorganisations and Disposals.



Silverback Law provides debt recovery solutions to businesses trading in a multitude of markets. In addition, Silverback has specific expertise in the following sectors:

  • Bulk Fuel and Fuel Cards
  • Gas
  • Property Management

  • Steel Stockholding
  • IT Channel
  • Printing, Paper and Pulp

  • Banking
  • Invoice Factoring
  • Media and Advertising

  • Commercial Property Lettings
  • Motor Finance
  • Trade Supplies


This level of specific trade sector knowledge provides clients with a gateway to a high level of market intelligence enabling
Silverback to support growth whist minimising the impact of commercial debt.

Specialising in Debt recovery and litigation

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Management Team

Jon Tullock


Jo tullock

Corporate & Commercial

Anne-Marie Whorley

Head of Marketing

Zakia Khalid

Litigation Support Manager

Julie Hind

Commercial Recoveries

Simon Hocking

Commercial Litigation

Robin Appleyard

Debt Recovery Manager

Shaun Lowry

Commercial & Construction

Matt Lucas

Business Support Manager

Victoria Rofe

Director of Operations

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