We have expertise in all aspects of corporate and personal insolvency extending to liquidations, provisional liquidations, administrations, administrative and other receiverships, voluntary arrangements, insolvent partnerships, cross-border insolvency, wrongful and fraudulent trading, antecedent transactions and all aspects of bankruptcy. Members of Chambers are instructed at the highest level and have appeared in many high profile cases across all aspects of insolvency.
We act for insolvency practitioners, creditors, insolvent companies and individuals and former directors of insolvent companies. We also act for insurers under D&O policies, including advising on policy coverage issues and the substantive claims. Several members of Chambers are on the Attorney General’s panels and are regularly instructed on public interest winding up petitions, directors’ disqualification proceedings and applications for bankruptcy restrictions orders.
Chambers regularly undertakes advisory work and litigation in restructuring, including corporate governance, debt restructuring, taxation and transactions generally.