COVID 19 – Temporary restrictions on landlords
On 23 April 2020 the Government announced a temporary ban on landlords using statutory demands (made between 1 March 2020 […]
Aggressive action by landlords for non payment of rent
New legislation that stops forfeiture Most standard commercial leases include a right of re-entry which entitles the landlord to forfeit […]
Witness statements – changes from today
Insolvency Practitioners and others should be aware of a number of changes to the format and content of witness statements […]
COVID-19: A survival guide for directors operating in the real world
Right on cue, law firms up and down the country are issuing briefing notes to their clients and contacts about […]
An increased need for validation orders?
The Court has recently published procedures that it will follow for upcoming hearings including winding up petitions. Further to our […]
Winding up petitions no longer being adjourned
It has been confirmed that the Insolvency & Companies Court has adapted rapidly to the existing emergency situation and now […]
Emergency changes to UK insolvency law – update
On 28 March 2020, Alok Sharma, the UK Business Secretary confirmed that the Government will be introducing new insolvency laws […]
Emergency changes to UK insolvency law?
The impact of COVID-19 on businesses and individuals is already enormous. There has been a huge reduction in demand for […]
Block Adjournment of Winding up Petitions
On 23 March 2020, Insolvency and Companies Court Judge Mullen set out the Court’s emergency response to managing winding up […]
Insolvency Courts – Emergency working practices
Overview COVID-19 has already caused significant disruption and uncertainty in the legal sector, but how is it going to impact […]
Isadore Goldman recognised in Legal 500 Hall of Fame
We’re delighted to share that Isadore Goldman has had multiple members of staff recognised in the Legal 500 Hall of […]
What interest can be claimed when suing directors for breach of fiduciary duty?
The Court of Appeal has recently handed down its decision in Watson v Kea Investments Limited  EWCA Civ 1759. […]
The risks of litigation funding
When a litigation funder finances a claimant to take proceedings, which are unsuccessful, and the claimant is not in a […]
Directors personally liable for breaching employment contracts
The creation of the limited liability company in the 19th century has been described by some as the most important […]
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