As retail insolvencies continue to rise, and amidst ongoing economic uncertainty, insolvency and restructuring professionals are increasingly exploring whether a ‘light touch administration’ is appropriate for their clients.
In this new article in the well-established International Corporate Rescue publication, Ali Tabari and Raghav Trivedi explore what a light touch administration is, what its pros and cons are, and crucial factors to consider before deciding whether to recommend it.
“This article first appeared in Volume 17, Issue 4 of International Corporate Rescue and is reprinted with the permission of Chase Cambria Publishing – www.chasecambria.com“
Written by Arron Snipe
Judgment was handed down on Monday in Gill v Thind  EWHC 2872 (Ch), a dispute over the ownership of three companies. After a three-week trial, Mr David Halpern KC, sitting as a Deputy High Court Judge, dismissed claims for...
Mark Grant recently obtained an injunction against Persons Unknown, on behalf of the owners of the Three Counties Showground in Malvern, Worcestershire. The application related to a Defence and Security Expo due to take place at the Showground...
On October 13th James Morgan KC and Marc Brown presented a seminar entitled “The Duty to Creditors: BTI 2014 LLC v Sequana SA & Others  UKSC 25”, this session is now available to view on-demand below. Access the seminar notes.
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