Beth Holden is a partner at Anthony Gold. She specialises in our Civil Litigation department, based in our South London offices at London Bridge.
Beth has a varied and complex commercial and civil litigation practice. She is adept at forming strong working relationships with her clients with a focus on managing the pressures of litigation.
She joined the firm in March 2012. She is experienced in professional negligence, breach of trust, contentious probate, claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975, debt recovery, corporate fraud, shareholder disputes, directors’ misfeasance, and contract disputes.
Beth has a First Class Honours degree in English from the University of York. She obtained a Distinction on her LPC at the College of Law and went on to acquire a Higher Rights of Audience accreditation whilst still a trainee solicitor.
Beth’s notable cases include McCabe v McCabe  EWHC 1591 (Ch), a contentious probate dispute, in which her client was successful, and the widely reported case Purrunsing v A’Court & Co & House Owners Conveyancers Ltd  EWHC 789 (Ch) in which Beth acted for the successful claimant who recovered 100% of the money he lost through property fraud. That case was the first to consider the obligations of vendor’s solicitors in property fraud transaction.
Beth takes a commercial approach to her work and serving her clients. She is attuned to the benefit of alternative dispute resolution, and has successfully negotiated many of her cases, as well as taking matters through to trial.