Insolvency Team 3C

Insolvency & Business Recoveries

Insolvency & Business Recoveries

As a creditor led practice, our specialist team advise on insolvency procedures to ensure our sophisticated creditor clients maximise recoveries and/or ensure insolvency practitioners are appointed to make sure that the affairs of insolvent debtors (individuals or companies) are properly investigated to ensure asset recovery actions against associated individuals (including directors) and third parties are pursued thoroughly to maximise the return to creditors. Our insolvency law and practice experts are able to draw on the wider firm to provide tailored advice to our clients who include insolvency practitioners, creditors, debtors, business stakeholders and individuals.

Advising on both corporate and personal insolvency in both transactional and litigation work, the team offers practical, commercial and cost effective advice in a timely manner both in the UK and for those of you overseas with UK interests.

Our team is committed to providing tailored advice, using all of our skills and experience, to offer practical, effective guidance and support throughout the whole insolvency process. We are able to offer flexible fees in certain circumstances and will manage your case with both sensitivity and discretion.

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Team Ranked In Chambers 2017
Chambers and Partners UK 2017 comment that the team “Assists insolvency practitioners with a full range of matters including administrations and liquidations. Also known for its work on restructurings and turnarounds for lenders and corporate groups.”

With clients commenting “They are a well-established local firm on the South coast.” 

THE LEGAL 500 REVIEW

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Our Insolvency and Corporate recovery team has been recommended in Legal 500 2016, citing Nick Keitley as a leading individual within the field.

Meet the Insolvency and Business Recoveries team

Latest News & Blogs

Insolvency-brexit-blog
17
Jan
2017

The method in which the UK shall implement its ‘Brexit strategy’ has been regarded as a major factor in determining the future viability of many UK businesses.

PAP update
12
Dec
2016

The draft Pre-action Protocol for Debt Claims (PAP) was put out for consultation over two years ago and it would be safe to say that it caused significant concern in the credit industry. On Friday, the CPRC met and delivered these following findings.

energy
28
Nov
2016

This weekend saw the failure of the Preston based energy provider GB Energy Supply, affecting its 160,000 customers. The main reason cited for its failure is significant increases in wholesale energy prices.

court fees
21
Jul
2016

Following consultation in the House of Lords last night, further court fee increases of 10% have been approved. They will take effect on 25 July 2016.

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