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Supreme Court decides that reflective loss rule does not bar claims made by unsecured creditors
A review of the recent Supreme Court judgment which significantly narrowed the scope of the rule against recovery of reflective loss.
Corporate insolvency changes: what do they mean for landlords and tenants?
The government’s temporary changes to the insolvency rules have been well-publicised within the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act.
CORONAVIRUS – payment holidays for borrowers and the implications for private banks
Daniel and Vanessa look at payment holidays for borrowers and the implications for private banks.
COVID-19 – Changes in UK insolvency law to protect businesses and directors
Daniel and Roger analyse the proposal for reforms to UK insolvency law, designed to protect companies and directors during the COVID-19.
“Light Touch” Administrations
Daniel looks at 'light touch' administrations in response to the economic strain and disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Legal Q&A - Corporate Restructuring and Insolvency
Hanh Nguyen and Jessica Williams answer your insolvency queries.
James Sleight (as Trustee in Bankruptcy of Jullian Paula Mascall (deceased)) v Crown Estate Commissioners  EWHC 3489 (Ch)
Deeds of assignment – what claims are you really buying?
A recent judgment re-iterates the importance of carefully drafting a deed of assignment when assigning claims.
Jurisdiction of the English court to wind up foreign companies in the public interest
This case is a useful reminder of the principles applicable in public interest liquidations of foreign companies.