Whether you’re a bank or other lending institution, a private equity company, investment fund, creditor, retailer, healthcare supplier, charity, commercial organisation or a restructuring expert, our specialist business restructuring team advises on all issues and disputes around the restructuring of companies, schemes of arrangements, company voluntary arrangements as well as formal insolvency work, involving administrations, receiverships, liquidations and bankruptcies.
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When it comes to business restructuring, we begin our assignments by advising directors on their obligations and duties through to restructuring debts of companies in ways that are innovative, realistic and achievable.
Both in the UK and Europe, our talented team uses its understanding of commercial needs across the sectors to take a decisive, innovative, collaborative approach.
In our monthly update, Pensions Insights, we give you our take on the latest highlights in the world of pensions law and policy.
If you have any queries about any of the issues covered, or you require advice on a pensions related matter, please do not hesitate to get in touch with your usual DWF contact, or reach out to one of the contacts mentioned below.
The adoption of the law on the state of health emergency on 23 March this year led to the adoption of 30 ordinances on a wide range of subjects. The adoption of these numerous texts is a challenge for jurists.
As the market's response to COVID-19 is starting to take shape, we review some of the potential issues that PLCs may encounter when using share schemes.
On 20 May 2020, the UK government published its draft Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill (the "Bill") which aims to help companies maximise their chances of survival during the pandemic.
What to do if your business is faced with the threat of being wound up
On the 1st May 2020, the government published its Roadmap to Ease Restrictions and Reopen Ireland's Economy and Society. This sets out five different phases intended to apply between 18th May and 10th August 2020, subject to the virus remaining under control between each phase.