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Case Study: The Impact of Winding Up Petitions on Pending Litigation

January 14 2014

In the recent case of Alexander & Law Limited v Coveside (21BPR) Limited [2013] EWHC 3949 (TCC) the High Court held that the existence of a winding up petition, which might or might not be successful, did not preclude the granting of   Read More…

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CMCs’ Claims Standards Council faces Winding-up Petition

September 02 2012

A winding-up petition (No 5765 / 2012) has been presented against The Claims Standards Council Limited, the organisation which represents the interests of Claims Management Companies in the UK. The Claims Standards Council (CSC) was established in 2004 in an attempt to allow voluntary   Read More…

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Practitioner Response to Consultation on Petition Reform

January 29 2012

TO: Maria Isanzu (, Policy Directorate, The Insolvency Service, Zone B, 3rd Floor, 21 Bloomsbury Street, London WC1B 3QW. Dear Sirs, We write to provide a practitioner response to the November 2011 Consultation on Petition Reform. We are a City of London law   Read More…

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Insolvency Service: Consultation to ‘streamline’ process for bankruptcy and company winding up

November 07 2011

The Department for Business Innovation and Skills’ Insolvency Service have today presented an awaited consultation paper proposing to streamline the bankruptcy and compulsory winding-up application process. The Insolvency Service said: “The Government wants to see a more efficient service for all concerned, saving time and   Read More…

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