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High court insolvency decisions are a bonus for
A recent line of High court rulings and an
unreported case Clarence Café Limited v Comchester...
The Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Bill 1999 has been
introduced in the House of Lords to implement, with some
amendments, the recommendations of...
The SPI has recently published its 8th survey of company insolvency
in the UK, which covers the period 1st July 1997 to 30th June 1998,
Tenants win on liquidation
Pranai Karia outlines a decision which means that
tenants may be able to negotiate their way out of difficult
This article was written by John Naccarato, partner in our
Aquisition Finance Group, and Dan Hamilton, partner in our
If recent press...
One of the fundamental principles of English
insolvency law is that any remaining assets in a liquidation will
be distributed pari passu amongst the...
This article considers two recent cases of which
creditors ought to be aware when considering whether to present a
winding-up petition against a company,...
In light of the predicted downturn in the property market
Pranai Karia outlines likely property insolvency
Most professionals involved...
The ECJ has given a further judgment on Directive 77/187/EEC on the
safeguarding of employees' rights in the event of the transfer of a
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