Monthly Update: April 2014

Welcome to the Restructuring & Insolvency team’s round-up of updates on recent case law, legislation, news, opinions and a link to our blog for April 2014.

Another busy month in the courts – we get the lowdown from Phillip Hertz and Jeanette Best (Clifford Chance) on their ground-breaking case on cross-border schemes (Apcoa), an insight from Registrar Baister on charges on a bankrupt's home (Neale v Parkins) and hear from Peter Shaw and Joseph Curl (9 Stone Buildings) how the Court of Appeal is treating tracing claims.

Frances Coulson (Moon Beaver) looks at the HMRC's controversial new powers to access bank accounts and Alison Curry (Insolvency Practitioners Association) looks at whether IPs are excluded from FCA regulation.

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