This article examines the alternative approaches to restructuring through schemes of arrangement in the offshore sector.
Stephen Parker’s article on Thomas Cook’s collapse and the lessons to be learnt by the UK insolvency industry has been published in Insolvency and Restructuring International.
This article comments on the UK Government’s proposals for wider insolvency reform and compares them to two proposals from the insolvency profession.
Our authors explore the UK Government’s planned suspension of directors’ personal liability for wrongful trading rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this article we discuss the impact of COVID-19 and a new paradigm in airline restructuring.
In light of Thomas Cook going into liquidation, Stephen Parker looks into whether the UK insolvency law needs to be reformed.
Mistakes can happen. What happens when, as a result of such a mistake, parties enter into a contract which does not reflect their prior agreement or their intentions?
As part of the UK Budget, HM Treasury announced that as of April 2020 HMRC will have greater priority to recover taxes paid by employees and customers when a company goes into insolvency.
Why has the English High Court’s judgment in Olympia Securities Commercial Plc (In Administration) resolved the uncertainty surrounding the term “financial institution” in transfer provisions?
Stephen Parker has joined the firm’s London office as a Partner.