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Equity of exoneration is still open to the interpretation of the judge.
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A recent case provides useful guidance on how the wrongful trading test should be applied.
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Often overlooked, a governing law clause is important and could have a significant effect on future actions.
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Case shows that without a full understanding of the underlying building contract and the implications of any amendments, you may come to regret it...
A snapshot of changes following the Deregulation Act.
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The PP issued guidance relating to pre-packaged administrations where the same insolvency practitioner continues in the subsequent liquidation or company voluntary arrangement.
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