2 December 2019
Welcome to the latest edition of the R&I update, summarising the more interesting recent legal developments in restructuring and insolvency.
Nick Moser and Alexander Tocili discuss a recent case where a liquidator in the UK applied to the Court for approval of his distribution plan following the failure of a debt management company, to pay clients and his fees and expenses out of the pool of money collected.
Nick Moser and Alexander Tocili examine a legal challenge by some Debenhams Retail Limited store landlords against the proposed Company Voluntary Arrangement on several grounds.
Luke Viner summarises a recent case where a liquidator received funding from his own firm to pursue a claim against the company's directors.
Nick Moser and Alex Tocili review a High Court decision which gives bitcoin greater viability.
Leopold Bauer and Jacqueline Schemmer explore the German Federal Court of Justice's confirmation of its case law on directors’ duties and liability for intentional harm.
We consider when a plaintiff can be substituted in a winding-up application against a company under the Singapore Companies (Winding Up) Rules.
by multiple authors