Restructuring & Corporate Recovery Update — April 2013
The April 2013 issue of Taylor Wessing’s Restructuring & Corporate Recovery Update is available now. The update summarises the most interesting recent legal developments in restructuring and corporate recovery.
- Letters of support and transactions defrauding creditors
- 12-year disqualification for individual acting as de facto or shadow director
- Administrators beware: dismissing employees in connection with a TUPE transfer may not be fair
- When can receivers claim remuneration, expenses and disbursements that have been properly incurred?
- Administration order refused in relation to a foreign company where no foreign insolvency proceedings contemplated
- Principles of interpretation are not automatically applicable between different versions of a document
- Damages for breach of loan and loss of security
- Court-appointed receivers’ duties
- Boot camp: types of liquidation under English law…
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