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What we can do for you.
We advise on all areas of formal and informal insolvency and work with IPs to advise insolvent companies to formulate a strategy to maximise their options.
We have 25 years’ experience of advising on all areas of corporate and personal insolvency and pride ourselves on a commercial approach and pragmatic approach to advice. We seek to work with you find a solution to the problem at hand rather than simply giving disconnected, legalistic advice. We frequently act and advice in relation to all forms of formal appointments and have particular expertise in relation to business sales by IPs (whether by pre-pack or otherwise). We advise on all areas of relevance including employment law disputes, intellectual property rights, property law issues and particularly disputes with landlords and tenants.
We are regularly instructed to pursue claims by officeholders, particularly antecedent transactions or misfeasance claims. We are always prepared to discuss Conditional Fee Arrangements and obtaining adverse costs insurance with no upfront premium and we can arrange for counsel also to act on a CFA basis. We also advise in relation to section 110 reorganisations and can assist with the preparation of all the relevant agreements and other documents and incorporation of new companies required for the scheme.
Let us advise you
We can navigate you through the tough period of insolvency to a successful conclusion. Our clients include SMEs and their directors, banks, building societies, and insolvency professionals.
“Alistair Bacon impresses market sources with his technical knowledge.”Chambers & Partners
“Alistair Bacon was proactive, timely and flexible with service provision which proved invaluable to Saab GB’s entrepreneurial approach to the development of our business.”Charles Toosey
“Our Board needed practical and pragmatic insolvency advice whilst we were trading through a very tough period. Alistair Bacon provided us with just that - none of the scaremongering that some insolvency lawyers will give you.”Matt Johnston