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Our Business Support & Insolvency solicitors have an impressive and varied client base that includes main clearing banks, Big 4 and niche accountancy firms, turnaround professionals, local authorities and city councils, large corporations, SMEs and individuals.
Our expertise is built on years of experience and in that time we have dealt with a huge variety of cases. Examples include:
Blake Morgan has a national reputation for providing expert legal advice in relation to fraud, proceeds of crime and criminal confiscation matters.
The Blake Morgan bankruptcy practice provides local authorities and city councils with an advice line and 'fully funded' bespoke service to collect council tax and national non-domestic rates.
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What are the legal implications for Uber drivers if TfL's decision not to renew Uber's licence in London stands? Our experts consider the difference in rights between employees and "workers" when a business ceases to operate.
The Insolvency Service have recently announced that the Insolvency Rules 2016 ("the Rules") are to be laid before Parliament in October 2016. Provided that the proposed Rules are approved by Parliament, they are likely to come into force in April 2017.
On 2 November 2015, the new process for pre-pack sales of businesses by companies about to go into administration will come into force.
Wright & Rowley as joint liquidators of SHB Realisations Ltd.(formerly BHS Ltd.) (in liquidation) vs. The Prudential Assurance Company Ltd. 2018 EWHC 402 (Ch)
Top 50 UK law firm Blake Morgan blogs about a case whereby The High Court has recently handed down judgment that required it to consider whether directors of a company, who did not have an employment contract, service contract,
Businesses must now do more to provide information to individual debtors and attempt to settle before taking them to court.
What are Civil Restraint Orders and when can they be used? Our expert explains how CRO's can be useful when dealing with particularly litigious bankrupts and other litigants in person.
A new Pre-Action Protocol for Debt claims ("PAP") is coming into force. We expect to see councils taking steps in the forthcoming months to significantly overhaul their current debt recovery processes to ensure compliance with the PAP.
On 11 April 2017, Judgment was handed down in the matter of JCAM Commercial Real Estate Property XV Ltd v Davis Haulage Ltd  EWCA Civ 267.
Our business Support and Restructuring team acted in a case where a bankrupt and his wife were applying to the court to prevent the sale of their family home. Our expert explains the case and the outcome.
With a strong offering to local authorities within our top ranked Business support and insolvency team, as a team we come across many matters when in the process of recovering Council Tax...
Recently in a case it was highlighted the uncertainty regarding the process to appeal an individual's liability for outstanding council tax.