Insolvency Trends To Watch As Pandemic Failures Threaten

Law360, London (January 27, 2021, 5:30 PM GMT) -- Since the coronavirus pandemic hit the U.K. in March last year, legislative protections and government packages have helped keep at bay the massive wave of corporate insolvencies that had been expected.

Lawyers are keeping themselves busy during the pandemic with actions including company voluntary arrangements making their way through the courts. (iStock) But the economic support has to come to an end at some point, and lawyers are gearing up for a surge of court filings when that happens. Until then, they are keeping busy with other actions, including the rising number of company voluntary arrangements going through the courts, as well...

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