Articles

A Greek Tragedy

Posted on June 05, 2017 by Patrick Wadsted

Following on from my article Déjà Vu regarding the trials and tribulations of Greece’s attempts at restructuring its debts, more news emerges that as an Insolvency Practitioner I find absolutely astonishing.

Déjà Vu

Posted on June 05, 2017 by Patrick Wadsted

Following on from Patrick's article of 2015, here are some further comments regarding Greece's ongoing financial troubles

Commercial disputes: mediation or litigation?

Posted on May 25, 2017 by Jeremy Frost

Commercial disputes can cover a wide range of areas – within a company between shareholders or directors, with clients and suppliers over payments or contract terms, or insolvency related disputes. And the list goes on!

Is a mediation settlement legally binding?

Posted on May 25, 2017 by Jeremy Frost

The aim of mediation is to reach an agreement by the end of the session and that agreement should be in writing, rather than verbal. This begs the question: is that agreement legally binding?

Preparing for mediation

Posted on May 25, 2017 by Claire Scaramanga

Claire Scaramanga asks Jeremy Frost about the preparation each party should undertake before going into mediation.