One hand in the cookie jar: Fraud and directors’ duties in insolvency
We can assist creditors of insolvent companies and people who have claims against insolvent companies, whether proprietary or otherwise. We can also assist victims of fraud with claims against an insolvent company or individual. This can include, for example, circumstances where an individual transferred assets to a fraudster as a result of a fraudulent misrepresentation, or circumstances where fraudsters use insolvency as a tactic to try to evade the consequences of their debts.
We can also assist shareholders claiming against directors of a company for causing a company to go insolvent.
We are also able to assist people facing bankruptcy proceedings, or petitioning for their own bankruptcy. We can advise on the obligations to co-operate with the trustee in bankruptcy, including advice around the provision of information and interviews. We are also experienced in advising on the potential bankruptcy offences.
Our recent work for individuals includes:
For more information, have a look at our frequently asked questions on insolvency litigation and read our case studies.
We can also advise:
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