William Willson was called to the Bar in 2006 after a career as a journalist/documentary producer. His core areas of practice include insolvency/restructuring, company law and commercial litigation/arbitration. His recent cases include the Lehman Brothers 'RASCALS' litigation ( EWCA Civ 1544,  EWHC 2914 (Ch)) and the Northern Rock shareholder compensation litigation ( UKUT 408 (TCC)).
This Practice Note, produced in partnership with South Square, looks at decision-making in relation to the proposal in a company voluntary arrangement (CVA). It looks at the decision procedure for creditors (including the particularities for contingent and secured creditors), voting rights, majorities, and appeals.
This Practice Note, produced in partnership with William Wilson of South Square, looks at what counts as an expense in insolvency. It looks at what expenses are and how they apply in liquidation, administration and bankruptcy.
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