Tax and Insolvency Litigation Solicitor

Month: May 2016

Judgements obtained in Scotland or Northern Ireland: Enforcing in England

As the world becomes ever more connected, with global trade flows at an unprecedented rate, and assets held by individuals and corporations in jurisdictions all over the world, the issue of how to enforce court Judgements obtained in foreign courts in England is an ever more pertinent question. The starting point in dealing with this […]

The re-use of company names: Danger Beware

  Directors of insolvent companies must exercise extreme caution when re-using either the corporate or trading name of a company that has just gone into insolvent liquidation.  Directors face the risk of claims being made against them by liquidators for personal liability in respect of the debts of NewCo, and/or the prospect of criminal charges. […]

VAT and Customs duty in a post Brexit UK

The British public will shortly decide whether the future of this nation lies outside or within the European Unuion (“EU”). To those people who endorsed the UK entry to the EEC in the 1975 referendum the whole essence of Europe (whether in its original form of the EEC and later the EU) was all about […]

English Law’s support of Arbitration

English Law and its support of Arbitration What is Arbitration? Arbitration, is a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR).  It is a technique for the resolution of disputes outside the mainstream court system. The parties to a dispute refer it to arbitration, and agree to be bound by the arbitration decision. A third party reviews […]

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