Taking early action with a clear plan and understanding of your legal position is essential with insolvency law. Talk to us about how we can help and our experience.
Our insolvency law advice is primarily for our business clients concerned about the insolvency of their business or the insolvency of a supplier or customer. We also advise many company directors on personal risks to them, which can include where they have provided personal guarantees.
Our work includes :
- Advising business clients who are concerned as to whether their business is insolvent and the legal implications.
- Advising on the different forms of insolvency including voluntary or compulsory liquidation, going into administration, Voluntary arrangements or receiverships – our work is principally on behalf of businesses facing these situations and the shareholders and directors.
- Advice for clients who have contracts with or investments in distressed and possibly insolvent businesses.
- Helping clients consider whether there are any options which would avoid insolvency such as asset sales, restructuring, refinancing.
- We advise directors on their legal rights and responsibilities under company law and insolvency law.
- Insolvency related litigation and/or possible fraud which is related to insolvency.
Our advice is always practical and clear – if you need insolvency lawyers who will give you clear and commercial options and solutions, please do call or email.
After studying at Cambridge University, Alex spent 5 years with an international law firm before joining Gannons. He specialises in high-value and complex commercial disputes and employment law.