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Insolvency Litigation – Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012

No win no fee conditional fee arrangements (“CFAs”) have long been an important feature of insolvency litigation, enabling claims to be brought against delinquent directors and others for the benefit of creditors. The changes to CFAs brought in by the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 (“LASPO”) had threatened the future of insolvency litigation. A short term exemption from LASPO for such proceedings was due to expire on 1 April 2015.

Thu 26 Feb 2015

Formula 1 companies ordered to disclose documents in Ecclestone litigation

Formula 1 companies ordered to disclose documents in Ecclestone litigation

Thu 12 Sep 2013

Unfair Prejudice Petition: removal as a director both unfair and prejudicial

Unfair Prejudice Petition: removal as a director both unfair and prejudicial

Tue 13 Aug 2013

Squatting in commercial property on the rise, says law firm Winckworth Sherwood

The house party for squatters may be over, but commercial property is increasingly seen as fair game as squatters are turning to empty shops, pubs and commercial premises to avoid criminal proceedings.

Mon 12 Aug 2013

Interest rate swaps: RBS succeeds in the Court of Appeal

Interest rate swaps: RBS succeeds in the Court of Appeal

Fri 09 Aug 2013

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