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Litigation for Insolvency Practitioners

Typical insolvency litigation cases dealt with by the team include: Transactional ...

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Buying a business in administration

Our team of insolvency lawyers work alongside our corporate lawyers, who can advise on how to ...

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Director disqualification

By getting legal advice at an early stage you may be able to cut the period of disqualification...

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Retention of Title

We can advise on whether the terms and conditions that apply to your contract contain a clause which...

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Winding-up petitions

It's vital to act quickly.   You'll need swift advice as there are deadlines that can ...

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"They offer good, technically sound yet practical advice. Their customer service is excellent with quick turnaround times for advice."

Chambers & Partners 2017

"We have a good relationship with them and they are always a pleasure to deal with."

Chambers & Partners 2017

"Nicky Calthrop-Owen heads Actons’ practice, which is praised for providing ‘clear, accurate and unambiguous advice’"

The Legal 500 2016

"Actons has ‘one of the strongest insolvency teams in the Nottingham area' with ‘strong technical knowledge' across the range of matters. It acts for major insolvency practitioners in the region, such as Bates Weston, KPMG, BDO and Baker Tilly. Its committed team is led by licensed insolvency practitioner Nicky Calthrop-Owen; Victoria Dunstall was recently made partner."

The Legal 500 2014

"Licensed insolvency practitioner Nicky Calthrop-Owen heads a team of six at Actons... It acts for most of the insolvency practitioners in the region, and in 2012 assisted in relation to recoveries totally over £2m. The firm regularly acts for insolvency practitioners on the sales of businesses."

The Legal 500 2013

Articles & Events

Home assistance for 178,000 people at risk as back-pay demands drive social care charities into insolvency

Following changes by HMRC to eradicate existing flat rates for overnight carers, charities are facing the prospect of insolvency as six years of back-pay totals a £400m bill for the Learn...

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High Court goes digital

As of 25 April 2017, Courts within the Chancery division of the High Court in London have switched so that all applications, forms and documents must be performed electronically. However, ...

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