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WFW advises Sequoia as secured creditor in first ever use of UK special administration regime for energy supply companies
Bulb is the UK’s seventh largest energy company with 1,000 staff and over 1.6m customers.
This article explores a recent High Court judgment on whether a restructuring plan can be used by debtors to modify their obligations under certain leases and security agreements to which the Cape Town Convention applies.
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 consider factors and issues unique to Thailand and Thai operators and lessees.
In this briefing, we discuss a recent decision of the English Technology and Construction Court which provides useful guidance on exceptions to the general rule that a company in liquidation cannot pursue and enforce an adjudication.
In light of Thomas Cook going into liquidation, Stephen Parker looks into whether the UK insolvency law needs to be reformed.