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Our Insolvency & Restructuring Services

Our insolvency and restructuring solicitors are focused on helping you resolve your issues and getting you the best outcome. Whether you need a quick piece of advice or are involved in complex litigation or restructuring, we will be on hand to help and guide you every step of the way.

All of our insolvency and restructuring solicitors are considered experts in their fields, and are consistently recognised in both Chambers & Partners and the Legal 500. They have built up many years of experience in advising a wide range of clients in relation to all forms of insolvency and restructuring procedures and related disputes. Whilst all situations are different, it is likely that we will have dealt with a similar situation to the one that you are currently facing. We will use that experience to ensure that we are always on the front foot, championing your cause.

We get that working with professional advisers can be stressful and confusing. We believe that we are different; we are always transparent on costs and timings, we are down to earth, we speak plain English and we will work with you to obtain the outcome that you and your business are looking for.

"What the team is known for: Enjoys a fine reputation in East Anglia for its personal and corporate insolvency practice. Frequently advises on restructurings, administrations and a range of contentious issues arising from insolvency. Clients include insolvency practitioners, companies and directors."

Strengths: Market sources comment that "they're good, they're specialist and they know their stuff."

Chambers 2018

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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 [2019] EWCA Civ 1759. […]

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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 […]

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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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Are directors liable to repay dividends when the accounts they relied on are wrong?

Having previously been to the Supreme Court, the case of Burnden Holdings v Fielding has now gone to trial and […]

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You don’t need a board meeting to declare an interim dividend

If you are a company director searching on Google how to declare an interim dividend, the answers you get would […]

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Duties of a dissenting director

This is an area of law & practice that is shrouded in mystery. In the context of a company in […]

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