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Cross-Border Debt Recovery in a no-deal Brexit
3
Oct
2018

Currently, when a dispute arises between parties in different countries within the European Union, those parties turn to EU law to determine which country’s laws will apply. If no deal is agreed over Brexit, many of the rules on court jurisdiction and enforcement will be repealed.

House of Fraser Insolvency Solicitors
7
Jun
2018

You may have heard the news today about House of Fraser announcing a planned Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) which if approved, will see the closure of 31 of its 59 stores.

Carillion
15
Jan
2018

It has been reported this morning that Carillion plc, the UK’s second-largest construction company and a key government contractor along with other group companies, have been unsuccessful in their discussions with stakeholders for a turnaround plan.

Automation Reduces Risk of The Pre-Action Protocol for Debt Claims Non-compliance
10
May
2017

The latest revision to the Pre-action Protocol for Debt Claims (PAP) will come into force on 01 October 2017. The PAP applies to any business claiming payment of a debt from an individual and describes the conduct that the Court will expect from those parties prior to issuing a Claim Form.

insolvency rules
6
Apr
2017

Today sees the introduction of the long-awaited new insolvency rules

Pre-action Protocol for Debt Claims
22
Mar
2017

The latest update on the Pre-Action Protocol for Debt Claims By Partner, Ann Lloyd.

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.

gb energy supply stops trading
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.