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We are pleased to have boosted our Israel office with the appointment of Ilana Bar, one of the country’s most respected corporate insurance and institutional entities lawyers.
With the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme coming to an end on 30 September 2021, responsibility for staff salary costs will rest solely with employers once more and the UK Government will no longer make financial contributions towards the pay of employees on furlough.
Commercial recoveries and enforcement: how the change in UK enforcement rules may affect you and your business this autumn
The relaxation in restrictions that currently prevent companies from being wound up by creditors for non-payment of a debt (in certain circumstances), under emergency COVID-19 legislation, comes to an end on 30 September 2021.
We investigate and analyse whether there is a link between Disqualification cases and Directors and Officers Liability cases. The link is relevant for management- and board members and the insurance companies, who provide Directors and officers Liability insurances.
Kennedys has continued its growth in the Middle East with the opening of a new office in Muscat, in the Sultanate of Oman. This office opening is in response to client demand for a presence in Oman, and sees Kennedys become the only international insurance-focused law firm in the country.
Kennedys has relocated its Manchester team to new premises in the city following further expansion in the team. Kennedys opened in Manchester in October 2008 with a team of 12 and in October 2016 the team moved to larger premises in The Tootal buildings.
Case review 20/04/2021
The Court of Appeal decision in Morley (t/x Morley Estates) v Royal Bank of Scotland Plc [11.03.21] considered whether a borrower had been subjected to economic duress or intimidation during negotiations with Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) to restructure a loan.
A summary of recent developments impacted by Brexit, including employment law impacts, the implications of the Free Trade Agreement for SMEs, cross-border insolvency and the use of the Model Law to combat issues, data flows in a post-Brexit world and an overview of UK legal and regulatory issues for 2021.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak MP delivered his second budget yesterday which predominantly focused on maintaining, extending and creating new COVID-19 measures. This budget was a response to the pandemic first and foremost and, on that front, it more than delivered. Here, our commercial experts provide an overview of what the measures mean to businesses in a number of critical areas.
Understandably there has been much focus of late on how Brexit impacts upon European and UK cross-border insolvencies going forward, some of which has been touched upon in our previous article. Here, we consider how insolvency officers in the USA can seek insolvency assistance in the UK and whether this may differ from the approach to be taken by insolvency office holders in Europe.