Roger Elford quoted by the Financial Times on the suggested proposals to assist English Football League clubs during the current crisis
Roger Elford has been quoted by the Financial Times on the suggested proposals to assist English Football League clubs during the current crisis. Read more below (subscription required).
Social Tokens: What are the regulatory challenges in the UK?
Social tokens are one of the latest innovations in the crypto space and have grown significantly in recent years.
Melania Constable and Georgina O'Sullivan write for P3 Pharmacy on the easing of Covid winding up restrictions
Regulations mean that a creditor can once again rely on an unpaid statutory demand to apply to the court for a winding-up petition.
Richard Davies and Rahim Hirji write for the American Bar Association on tattoos, athletes and image rights
LeBron James. Zlatan Ibrahimović. Mike Tyson. What is the common factor?
Dimitri A. Sonier
Dimitri Sonier and Denis Meyer write for Les Echos Solutions on the restructuring and reform of French insolvency law
Dimitri and Denis consider developments to French insolvency law following changes earlier in 2021.
Capital Finance and La Lettre des Juristes d'Affaires report on the recruitment of Denis Meyer as Counsel in the firm's Paris office
Denis joins the firm's Corporate Restructuring and Insolvency team in the Paris office.
Charles Russell Speechlys named in Global Restructuring Review’s GRR 100 2021
Restructuring and Insolvency team ranked in Global Restructuring Review
Sports Business: Five Current Themes
Nick White goes early with his thoughts on this year's Sports Business themes.
Privy Council confirms ability of courts to grant freezing injunctions in aid of foreign proceedings – but beware the minority report
Georgina looks at the landmark Privy Council judgment on freezing and interim injunctions
Media & Entertainment - The Changing Landscape in the Middle East #1 - A Few Thoughts
What Lloyd v Google means for Project Red Card
PSV 1982 Limited v Langdon: A Warning for Directors in Breach of Section 216 Insolvency Act 1986
Georgina takes a look at PSV 1982 Limited v Langdon
Global Restructuring Review and Law 360 report on the firm's success on behalf of the joint liquidators of LB GP No 1 Limited
After three years of litigation, the Court of Appeal has unanimously accepted GP1’s grounds of appeal.
Insolvencies and rising prices: the energy retail market in flux
Hanh and Sara take a look at the energy market
ESG in Sport – net zero targets and “coolerplate” clauses
Charles Russell Speechlys successfully advises the Joint Liquidators of LB GP No.1 Ltd in Lehman Brothers litigation before the Court of Appeal
LBGP is a company within the Lehman Brothers Group, whose purpose was to raise regulatory capital for parts of the Group.
Court of Appeal reviews key principles to consider when making a non-party costs order
Property Patter: Dealing with Sporting Rights over Land
Sporting rights can cause issues particularly if they are granted over land which may be developed in the future.
Jamie Tilling writes for ThoughtLeaders4 FIRE Magazine on the ramifications of Al Jaber v Mitchell for insolvency practitioners and their investigations
The Court of Appeal has held that the doctrine of immunity from suit applies to statements made by an examinee.
The importance of anticipating the restructuring of State Guaranteed Loans
Denis looks at the importance of anticipating the restructuring of State Guaranteed Loans