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Thinking about bringing a claim for interest rate swap mis-selling?

If you are thinking about bringing a claim against a UK lender you should make sure that you are up to speed with a couple of fairly substantial developments. The first of these is the pending appeal in the Green-v-Royal Bank of Scotland case which is due to be heard by the Court of Appeal in late […]

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Death of the Debtor: Insolvency Administration Orders

have no hesitation in recommending Jeremy Boyle (Solicitor) at Summit Law LLP. I was a Joint Liquidator of a nightclub business and Jeremy and his team recovered over half a million pounds in damages following a successful application under Section 423 of the Insolvency Act 1986. Would I use him again? Yes definitely” Ian Robert

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PFI Test Case Provides Guidance on Limited Partners Liability

The recent decision in Certain Limited Partners In Henderson PFI Secondary Fund II LLP (A Firm) v (1) Henderson PFI Secondary Fund II LLP (A Firm) and others [2012] EWHC 3259 (Comm) provides guidance on the liability of a Limited Partner (“LP”Â) of an English Limited Partnership. The case in question involved the LPs of

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Former Farepak Executives seek to defend Company Director Disqualification Act Proceedings

Former Farepak Executives seek to defend Company Director Disqualification Act proceedings in the High Court. Sir Clive Thompson and six of his co-directors face legal proceedings in the High Court brought by the Insolvency Service, after the 2006 collapse of Farepak, the Christmas hampers saving club. The Insolvency Service claims their conduct has made them

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