Restructuring & Insolvency
At Michelmores we act for insolvency practitioners, borrowers, lenders, professional advisors, directors and members of companies, partnerships and individuals including both creditors and debtors in every aspect of restructuring and insolvency, whether corporate or personal, contentious or non-contentious.
We offer a first rate, efficient, expedient and economic service based on our thorough knowledge of the subject and the unrivalled experience of our Restructuring and Insolvency Solicitors.
Restructuring and Turnaround
We regularly provide advice to companies, directors, lenders and other stakeholders on the financial restructuring of companies, both domestically and internationally. Our experience includes providing advice in respect of debt-to-equity swaps, restructuring or re-scheduling of senior, mezzanine and unsecured loans and other financial instruments including bonds and swap arrangements. We have significant experience in formal restructuring mechanisms such as voluntary arrangements and schemes of arrangement as well as informal bi-lateral negotiations and comprehensive experience of formal insolvency procedures.
Our team has very considerable experience in dealing with every aspect of insolvency and in acting for insolvency practitioners in respect of the disposal and recovery of assets, antecedent transactions, directors' disqualification proceedings and all aspects of corporate and personal insolvency whether of a contentious or non-contentious nature.
- The Times Best Law Firms rankings 2020: three practice areas recognised
- Michelmores advises on Relyon acquisition out of administration
- Corporate Insolvency Regime
- COVID-19 Employment update 26 May 2020 – Job Retention Scheme
- COVID-19 - Government guidance on responsible contracting behaviour
- Accelerated Deal Team
- 'Business as unusual' - the benefits of accelerated M&A
- COVID-19 - extension to Job Retention Scheme 13 May 2020
- COVID-19 – Employment law update digest – 04 May 2020
- COVID-19 - Employment law update digest - 27 April 2020
- Coronavirus and business tenancies - landlords' rent collection options restricted further
- Coronavirus (COVID-19) – rescue and 'light touch' administration…
- Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Government support for charities
- Coronavirus Business Legal Hour - 09.04.20
- Coronavirus disruption - insolvency options for SMEs - FAQs
- Coronavirus Business Legal Hour - 07.04.20
- Managing Coronavirus disruption – practical steps for businesses
- Coronavirus - lease management for business landlords
- Coronavirus – effects on business landlords and tenants – 'fake news'
- Coronavirus - lease management for business tenants
- Michelmores hosts Coronavirus Business Legal Hour series
- Trading through the Coronavirus – issues for directors
- Coronavirus and changes to the insolvency regime
- Coronavirus Business Legal Hour
- Coronavirus - forced to abandon shop?
- Coronavirus and rent – tips for business tenants
- Carbon credits and companies in administration
- Michelmores advises Eddie Stobart directors on deal with new majority shareholder DBay
- Time to review your retention of title clause?
- Bonmarché warns high street trading worse than 2008 recession
- The Model Law on recognition and enforcement of insolvency-related judgments
- Videology Ltd and the Cross-Border Insolvency Regulations 2006: a matter of discretion
- Is Brexit taking a bite out of the hospitality and retail sectors?
- No-deal Brexit? – Implications for the financial services sector
- Framework for the UK-EU partnership in Financial Services
- House of Fraser and administration pre-packs - The key issues for retail suppliers
- Preparing for Brexit - Insolvency Update
- Preparing for Brexit - Insolvency
- Continued trading while insolvent is not necessarily wrongful trading
- No charge – clarity at last for receivables financiers operating in Ireland
- Rising prices unlock real estate portfolios
- Competing demands of insolvency and employment law
- Michelmores acts on deal that saved over 30 jobs in Exeter
- Challenge to Administrators’ Conduct
- Retail Administrations Down in the First Half of 2013
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- Advising York Global Finance BDH, LLC, one of the respondents to the Waterfall II application made by the directors of Lehman Brothers International (Europe) in connection with the distribution of the surplus in that administration.
- Advising the UK board of directors of a major listed international law firm on their duties during a period of financial distress and restructuring.
- Advising the Luxembourg issuer of a €200m bond raised to provide finance for a large Spanish photovoltaic array in connection with its restructuring.
- Advising Ticketus LLP in connection with its claim of £27m arising out of the collapse of the Rangers Football Club PLC.
- Advising numerous individuals with the £multi-million debts based overseas in relation to English bankruptcy and IVA procedures.
- Acting for the administrator of a media company with USA subsidiaries and dealing with a complex pre-pack asset sale.
- Advising the liquidator of a recruitment company and dealing with recovery action against several associated parties in respect of voidable antecedent transactions.
- Acting for the trustee in bankruptcy of a sole trader operating a haulage/agricultural business. Dealing with the contentious realisation of assets and the examination before the court of associated parties.