Category - Debt recovery
Business survival and success post-pandemic
Posted, 21 September 2020
Bankruptcy and insolvency law | Commercial contracts | Coronavirus | Coronavirus and construction | Coronavirus and employment law | Coronavirus and litigation | Coronavirus and insolvency | Coronavirus and corporate | Coronavirus and us | Corporate | Debt recovery | Employment | Insights | Litigation
Find out more about how Ledingham Chalmers can help you strengthen and protect your business.
What next for restructuring and insolvency?
Posted, 20 April 2020
Tim Thomas in Views
Bankruptcy and insolvency law | Coronavirus | Coronavirus and insolvency | Debt recovery | Insights
What might UK Government measures giving businesses that can't meet debts more leeway to continue trading actually mean? We take a look.
Malaviya Seven — ensuring a satisfactory end to a complex and unusual case
Posted, 27 March 2018
Rebecca Walker in Views
Debt recovery | Maritime law
What happens, as with the Malaviya Seven, when a vessel’s owner either refuses to or cannot pay crew’s wages?
Business interruption insurance — finally .... a lockdown lifeline - Partner Victoria Leslie takes a look at the recent Supreme Court ruling and what it means for enterprises.
Celebrating the life of our colleague Julie Longmuir - Julie died on 28 December, 2020, and will be sorely missed by us all as well as so many of the clients she represented.
Realising the value of your tenancy — a new option for succession planning - Time will tell how new agricultural holdings proposals will impact the rural sector, but they could well provide a valuable exit route.