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Lexis®PSL R&I, in partnership with Stefan Ramel of Guildhall Chambers and the LexisNexis webinars team, are pleased to provide you with four short webcasts explaining some of the key changes under the Insolvency (England and Wales) Rules 2016 (IR 2016).
The IR 2016 came into force on 6 April 2017, replacing the Insolvency Rules 1986 (IR 1986).
The IR 2016 significantly affected some insolvency practices and procedures that had effectively remained unchanged since 1986.
In particular, the rules affect the position surrounding creditors, and meetings, and also affect some established procedures in the court.
The IR 2016 removed prescribed forms in their entirety.
Stefan Ramel of Guildhall Chambers provides some key information on the changes brought about by the IR 2016 for practitioners via four webcasts on the key issues under the IR 2016:
Stefan is top-rated for his insolvency work by Chambers and Partners. He is described by clients as having an 'outstanding intellect'; his knowledge of insolvency is described as being diverse and in depth. He has been repeatedly described as a star of
the future. He is noted as thinking 'outside of the brief' and identifying 'technical points of law which can impact on the strategy followed for a case'. For more information see: Stefan Ramel—Guildhall Chambers.
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