White Collar and Financial Crime
Our experienced lawyers provide strategic and pragmatic advice in complex business crime cases and situations.
Insolvency Offences and Companies Act Offences
A company and its directors may commit a number of insolvency and company law offences which put them at risk of investigation by the Insolvency Service.
Shareholder and Boardroom Disputes
When individuals fall out in business it can have devastating consequences. Our litigation team has extensive experience in resolving disputes.
A tax investigation by Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) could have serious implications for you and your business.
‘Cum-Ex’ is the description given to a method of trading certain types of shares around the dividend record date which allows more than one participant to claim a tax rebate in respect of the same dividend payment.
Dealing with a dispute professionally and commercially takes skill. We assist and support our clients with both legal knowledge and strategy.
Insolvency Litigation advice for Directors
We have experience of advising directors facing claims of fraudulent trading or wrongful trading, and we can also advise directors on the extent of their duties to co-operate with the insolvency practitioner, including at interview.
Dealing with an Investigation
Under investigation? We ensure you have the specialist, strategic advice to help you manage.
Insolvency Litigation advice for Individuals
We can assist creditors of insolvent companies and people who have claims against insolvent companies. We can also assist victims of fraud with claims against an insolvent company or individual.
We act for witnesses at all stages in criminal investigations.