Restructuring and insolvency
Mills & Reeve can advise on all aspects of restructuring and insolvency. Whether you are a solvent organisation looking to reorganise or restructure, or dealing with insolvency, they can help with all legal aspects and counterparty risk.
The team, made up of eight lawyers, not only work with businesses but also banks and insolvency practitioners, and deal with formal insolvency procedures and administration, receivership and liquidation. This broad experience means the team can give you the most informed and up-to-date advice whatever your legal issues and requirements.
Whatever your needs, even if it includes going to court, Mills & Reeve will represent you and your protect your interests.
They have a wide range of experience, including:
- Contractual issues
- Sales of assets
- Security issues
- Advising administrators on the sale of insolvent businesses and assets
- Representing clients in court, including the court of appeal
- Posecuting claims on behalf of liquidators including breach of fiduciary duty, wrongful trading or fraudulent trading, misfeasance and defrauding creditors.
Clients include Duff & Phelps, Zolfo Cooper, PNC Business Credit, Grant Thornton LLP, Griffins and Moorfields Corporate Recovery.
‘Mills & Reeve LLP provides “clear and definitive advice from a friendly team”.’ — Legal 500
‘Mills & Reeve’s lawyers are “always approachable and knowledgeable,” say clients. “We have the kind of relationship where we pick up the phone and they answer quickly; we don’t have to wait around for a formal response”.’ — Chambers UK
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