“The 'best firm in the region' for insolvency matters.”
“One client says: 'Blake Morgan know how to pick up our way of thinking quickly.'”
Our dedicated insolvency team provide commercial 'solutions driven' advice on every aspect of corporate and personal insolvency work, including:
For insolvency practitioners
For banks and stakeholders
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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“A good, commercial team who can handle complex matters.”
Following the demise of Carillion last year, today Interserve PLC (Interserve) has lost a crucial shareholder vote which means that it is likely to be placed into administration today.
Blake Morgan partner, Katie James, has been awarded a prestigious Client Choice Award by Lexology.
The Insolvency team in Thames Valley have had a recent success with the recovery of a six-figure sum in relation to a fraudulent transfer of funds. In this success Partner Katie James was assisted by Trainee Solicitor Tom English.
When a business hits the skids and is placed into administration or liquidation, an insolvency practitioner is duty bound to preserve the tangible assets of the company and protect the interests of creditors. Our expert examines in more detail.
The 2018 Autumn Budget introduced a multitude of changes in respect of HMRC, from amendments to the personal company tests for Entrepreneurs' Relief to the extension of SDLT first time buyer's relief. We look at one change that has flown under the radar.
Throughout 2018, we have seen a number of high profile insolvencies on the high street affecting a variety of different companies across the retail sector. We take a look at the restructuring and insolvencies that have taken place.
The story of litigation funding has had many twists and turns and, whilst the majority of the new law in this area has supported third party funding as a risk management tool that gives access to justice, the funders have not had it all their own way.
With "Brexit Day", 29 March 2019, drawing immediately close without any sign of deal, we take a look at what a no-deal Brexit would mean for insolvency practitioners.
We look at a Court of Appeal decision that is likely to have far-reaching implications on liquidators who were, naturally attracted to the idea of referring disputes to adjudication as a means of determining monies owed to the insolvent company.
We review the case of Devon Commercial Property Ltd v (1) Robert Adrian Barnett (2) Robert John Belcher (2019) that highlights and clarifies some interesting points in relation to the relationship between mortgagee, mortgagor and receiver.
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...