Restructuring and insolvency
Working in times of financial distress requires particular skills of lawyers who need to be proactive, concise in their advice and easily capable of working in teams across disciplines and sectors.
Insolvency is not a separate legal discipline but rather an economic condition. We pride ourselves on our ability to link in seamlessly with a wider offering in providing advice to all business stakeholders in a distressed context.
We regularly work as a multi-disciplinary team with colleagues in banking, private equity, pensions, employment, real estate, regulatory and other disciplines, giving proactive and timely advice to secure commercial outcomes in testing times.
We receive regular praise for this approach not only from clients but also from all leading legal and other industry-specific directories.
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