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The changing landscape of retail CVAs - are landlords taking back control?

United Kingdom, European Union - June 19 2019 There has been an influx of company voluntary arrangements ("CVAs") in recent times, as retailers fight to rescue their UK high street stores. Retail...

Back to the future? The return of Crown preference

United Kingdom, European Union - May 20 2019 The proposal to reinstate Crown preference in insolvency has met resistance from all angles; the insolvency profession, turnaround experts...

Rachael Markham, John Alderton.

Change of Procedure to Appointing Administrators

United Kingdom - April 17 2019 From 30 April 2019, administration appointments in the Business and Property Courts (BPCs) have to be made online. This has been the case in London...

Susan Kelly, John Alderton.

Beware SoLR Power in Energy Administrations

United Kingdom - April 2 2019 With the gradual opening of energy supply markets allowing new energy providers to challenge the established providers and bring increased...

Rory Thomas.

Secured creditors - don’t be too involved with your customer’s administration!

United Kingdom - August 14 2018 The case of Davey v Money and Anor (2018) EWHC 766 (Ch) should serve as a gentle warning to secured creditors to be aware of the level of their...

Stephanie Hadley.