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Some comfort for directors with the reintroduced suspension of wrongful trading

United Kingdom - December 1 2020 The UK Government has reintroduced the temporary suspension of wrongful trading measures from 26 November 2020 until 30 April 2021 pursuant to The…

Euan Cameron, Sarah Archer.

Reintroduction of UK Crown Preference from 1 December 2020

United Kingdom - November 24 2020 Since the Enterprise Act 2002 abolished what was known as Crown Preference in the UK, tax claims have ranked as ordinary unsecured debts on…

Christopher Roberts, Tom Hitchcock.

COVID-19 UK: What next for distressed companies and their stakeholders?

United Kingdom - September 29 2020 Significant government support measures have been provided in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, some of which have recently been extended and may…

Sarah Archer, Tom Hitchcock.

What does the UK Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 mean for ABL?

United Kingdom - August 17 2020 The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 makes the most significant changes to UK insolvency law in a generation. The Act introduces three…

Alastair Carruthers, Bethan Moore, Christopher Roberts, David Manson, Joseph Frew, Peter Manley, Rob Lyons, Sarah Day, Stephen Bottley.

Global Insight - Issue 31, December 2019: UK Crown preference (partially) revived: Will other creditors lose out?

United Kingdom - December 20 2019 Since the Enterprise Act 2002 abolished what was known as Crown Preference in the UK, tax claims have ranked as ordinary unsecured debts on…

Christopher Roberts.