Uday joined Judge & Priestley in 2010 and qualified in 2013.
After graduating from the College of Law, Uday worked as a paralegal assisting in commercial and residential property transactions and litigation work. He then worked for some time at the Financial Ombudsman Service, gaining in depth commercial knowledge while adjudicating disputes between customers and banks.
Since joining Judge & Priestley, Uday has acted for, and continues to act for, a range of clients dealing with the recovery of a wide range of high value debt types and with complex commercial disputes. Uday has a caseload of matters focusing on commercial contractual disputes (supply of goods and services), the recovery of council tax and housing benefit overpayments, leasehold service charge disputes, consumer credit debts and disputes arising from the provision of utilities.
Uday also has considerable experience and knowledge of dealing with corporate and personal insolvency, relating to the filing or winding up and bankruptcy petitions, applications to set aside statutory demands, applications to annul and applications for block transfer.
Recent work/ updates
Uday has built up a caseload of Order for Sale matters, enforcing secured charges held by clients and dealing with the repossession and sale of properties, and lastly, Uday has a growing caseload of insurance disputes relating to vehicle damage and household claims for a number of the firm’s insurance clients.
Uday is currently the Secretary for the Bromley & District Law Society.
Outside of Work
Uday is a keen sports player with particular interest in football and golf and he enjoys films.