- Lexis®PSL Restructuring & Insolvency monthly highlights—August 2016
- In this issue:
- Who bears the costs of an unsuccessful appeal of a bankruptcy order?
- Learning from the collapse of BHS
- Litigation Funding—an Insolvency Practitioner’s perspective
- Headlines (News updates & analysis)
- Role of the Parliamentary Select Committees and BHS
- How to run a wrongful trading case
- Bankruptcy court has no control over HMRC's third party notices
- Establishing the threshold for summary judgment in respect of trusts?
- Chairman incorrectly deals with creditor's claim in IVA vote
- Parliament to consider preferential creditor status for consumers in insolvency
- Dividends and loan repayments in a construction insolvency
- PPF publishes refreshed guidance for restructuring & insolvency professionals
- Late payment to blame for one in five corporate insolvencies, research finds
- Relevant updates from other Practice Areas
- Libyan Investment Authority v Maud
- Re BHS Ltd (in administration)
- Re Lehman Brothers International (Europe) (In Administration); Lomas and others v Burlington Loan Management Ltd and others
- New and updated on Lexis®PSL Restructuring & Insolvency
- New Practice Note
- Dates for your diary
- Latest Q&As
- Useful information
August 2016 highlights from the Lexis®PSL Restructuring & Insolvency team. This month’s highlights include analysis on the first reported case to consider who bears the costs of an unsuccessful appeal of a bankruptcy order, and an article looking at litigation funding from an insolvency practitioner’s perspective. Plus various other reported case decisions and analyses, and other news affecting the day-to-day work of restructuring and insolvency professionals.
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