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(UK) To Whom Should Insolvency Claims Be Assigned?

United Kingdom - May 16 2022 It is often the case, that insolvency claims are pursued against former directors of the insolvent company or persons connected to them. It is also…

Smile Telecoms - Second Restructuring Plan Sanctioned

United Kingdom - April 27 2022 Smile Telecoms Holdings Limited (“Smile”), a Mauritian company, has recently had its second restructuring plan sanctioned by the High Court in…

What are the Proposed Changes to Corporate Control Transactions in Australia?

Australia - April 26 2022 The Australian government is consulting on a proposal to expand the role the Takeovers Panel plays in control transactions, with an aim of reducing…

Assessing Your Business Viability and Director Risk Guide: 13 January 2022

European Union, Global, United Kingdom - January 20 2022 The end of lockdown restrictions in July 2021, or "freedom day", provided a welcome boost to the UK recovery - but many uncertainties remain, and…

UK business viability guide - understanding director risks and challenges

United Kingdom - June 15 2021 As a result of the rapid spread of the Delta variant of COVID-19, the UK Government has announced a four-week delay to the easing of COVID-19…

Nero CVA challenge - Part One: the pre-emptive strike (out)

European Union, United Kingdom - June 15 2021 CVA challenges have been in the spotlight recently and the story continues with Nero Holdings Ltd v Young in which the court considered an…

COVID-19 Summary of Government Financial Support Europe and Middle East - 28 May 2021

European Union, Global, Middle East - June 10 2021  The federal state will provide a guarantee of €50 billion for certain loans issued by financial institutions in Belgium…

Impact of COVID-19 on Insolvency Laws: How Countries Are Revamping Their Insolvency and Restructuring Laws to Combat COVID-19 - 28 May 2021

European Union, Global - June 10 2021 The Australian government has taken swift action to enact new legislation that significantly changes the insolvency laws relevant to all business as a…

Impact of COVID-19 on Insolvency Laws: How Countries Are Revamping Their Insolvency and Restructuring Laws to Combat COVID-19: 07 May 2021

European Union, Global - May 19 2021 The Australian government has taken swift action to enact new legislation that significantly changes the insolvency laws relevant to all business as a…

COVID-19 Summary of Government Financial Support Europe and Middle East: 07 May 2021

European Union, Global - May 19 2021 The federal state will provide a guarantee of €50 billion for certain loans issued by financial institutions in Belgium…