Hayley Blatch is an experienced litigation executive, having worked in litigation for 20 years.


Hayley specialises in commercial debt recovery and acts for a number of businesses assisting them to recover debts of all sizes.

Hayley will assist commercial clients through all stages of the debt recovery process (including bulk debts) from sending initial letters before action, to obtaining judgment and enforcement and ensuring that the debt recovery guidelines and procedures are adhered to, to seek the most effective and successful debt recovery for her commercial clients.

Hayley also represents Defendants who defend court proceedings brought by Creditors.

Notable Commercial Disputes cases

  • Disclosure Request

    Hayley processed a disclosure request on a complicated piece of litigation.

  • Mediation

    Hayley organised a mediation, finalised witness evidence and assisted in instructing an expert on a property dispute.

  • Letter of Claim

    Hayley instructed counsel and assisted with drafting initial letter of claim on breach of contract dispute.

  • Judgment Debt

    Hayley successfully recovered a judgment debt for a commercial client.

  • Debt Claim

    Hayley prepared defence for a defended debt claim brought by a creditor in county court proceedings.

  • Debt Recovery

    Hayley secured successful debt recovery for commercial clients on initial Letters Before Action due to acting quickly upon commercial client instructions and achieving payment of the debt without the need to issue court proceedings.

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