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Carillion - protecting the interest of subcontractors, suppliers and customers

The liquidation of Carillion is likely to bring with it significant challenges for its subcontractors, suppliers and customers. Many will be left with substantial unpaid accounts and uncertainty about their work pipeline. The resulting financial stress creates personal risks for their directors and owners.

This is where Isadore Goldman can help. We are a niche firm who are specialist in advising directors and business owners in how to deal with difficult circumstances like this.

If you want to protect your business and yourselves from personal risk, then sitting back and waiting to see what happens is not an option.  As entrepreneurs you need to be supported and protected so that, even if your business has to be restructured or closed down, you can keep carrying on.

For many their business is their life, their family, and their community and will be the product of many years of emotional and financial investment.  It is completely unfair that your financial well-being has been put at risk by events completely beyond your control, particularly when the government’s award of new contracts gave comfort that Carillion was financially resilient.

We have a track record of giving sensible advice based on decades of experience of dealing with the directors and owners of businesses in distress, or which have gone into formal insolvency proceedings.  We are not debt advisers or company doctors, and we have no hidden agenda.  Anything you discuss with us has to be kept confidential under our rules of professional conduct.

If your business is affected by Carillion’s failure and you are unsure what you need to do to protect yourself and your business then get in touch with us on 0207 353 1000, mention Carillion and leave your contact details and business name and one of our solicitors will call you back.  Alternatively email with that information and we will arrange for you to be called back. There is no charge for this initial contact.



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