A business can find itself facing the effects of insolvency for many different reasons – reasons which are often beyond its immediate control. Insolvency has to be handled responsibly, skilfully and pragmatically to minimise its impact and all options must be carefully and quickly evaluated. No wonder that at critical, stressful times like this, you need a professional shoulder to lean on.
We’ll explain exactly what insolvency means for you
Liquidation, administration, bankruptcy, receivership, voluntary arrangements. There are many terms relating to insolvency and their meaning and effect can have a major impact on daily life and business operations. Our specialist team are well versed in insolvency language and able to deliver the expertise you urgently need to deal with every challenge.
From single-site local businesses to cross-border enterprises with assets across Europe. Whatever your situation, our approach is to find and deliver a workable and commercial solution.
We are recognised for professionalism
We act for a large number of insolvency practitioners and lenders for whom the wrong advice can prove costly. We are members of the Insolvency Lawyers’ Association, R3 – The Association of Business Recovery Professionals – and have people ranked both in the Legal 500 and Chambers, the leading guides to law firms in the UK.
An unrivalled breadth of service
We work with clients in diverse sectors and are used to collaborating closely with other specialists who might be involved, such as accountants, insolvency practitioners, valuers and finance providers.
You’ll also benefit from seamless advice across multiple legal areas, as we’re able to call on expertise from other teams within the firm, including corporate, property, employment and IP/IT. So as well as being approachable and sensitive to the challenges you face this means we are ideally placed to advise you on issues such as:
Our recent experience and activities include:
Chambers Guide to the Legal Profession 2020
Legal 500 (2020)
Chambers Guide to the Legal Profession 2018
Chambers Guide to the Legal Profession 2019