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Distressed M&A: board considerations and restructuring tools

Accelerated transactions and the use of restructuring tools can be helpful to enhance value but directors should take note of key risk factors
26 October 2020

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Burges Salmon advises joint administrators from FTI Consulting on sale of Côte

The firm acted for the joint administrators of Côte Restaurants Group Holdings Limited (and other Group companies) to secure the future of 94 restaurants
30 September 2020

Distressed M&A: managing employment risk

In the latest of a series of articles concerning distressed M&A, we examine the key employment considerations
17 September 2020

Distressed M&A – Merger control issues and the failing firm defence

In the latest of a series of articles concerning distressed M&A we examine the key UK merger control considerations
11 September 2020

Distressed M&A: Due diligence, warranties and insurance

Due diligence and warranty cover are key considerations of distressed M&A
04 September 2020

The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill – reform of the UK insolvency regime

The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill, which introduces significant changes to the UK insolvency regime alongside various COVID-19 provisions, continues its progress through Parliament
08 June 2020

COVID-19: Government announces insolvency law changes to give directors breathing space

Does the 3-month suspension of wrongful trading provisions, along with other measures, go far enough to enable businesses to weather the COVID-19 storm?

30 March 2020

Insolvency and corporate governance reforms: key considerations for investors

We summarise the key legislative changes planned by government relating to insolvency and corporate governance and focus on what they mean for investors, including the private equity community.
19 September 2018

Beware of your intentions when declaring dividends

In BTI 2014 LLC v. Sequana SA & Others [2016], the High Court has held that a dividend can be challenged as a transaction defrauding creditors under section 423 of the Insolvency Act 1986.
11 November 2016
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