We undertake work in all areas of corporate insolvency law. This includes work relating to administrations, administrative receivers, liquidations, winding-up petitions (including hearings of disputed debt petitions), injunctions to restrain advertisement of petitions, applications for rescission, substitution of creditors, validation orders, CVAs, CVLs, applications for provisional liquidators and interim receivers, remuneration applications (administrators, liquidators, provisional liquidators, receivers, nominees or supervisors), applications relating to the adjustment of prior transactions (including s 423 applications, wrongful and fraudulent trading and preferences), s 212 misfeasance proceedings, and tracing and recovery of corporate assets.
Our barristers are frequently involved in public interest winding up petitions and proceedings under the Company Directors Disqualification Act 1986. Several members of Chambers are on the Secretary of State for Business Innovation and Skills’ panel for directors’ disqualification matters. (For more information about Government Work please click on the link to the left).