We are by nature a firm of positive people who believe in bright and prosperous futures for our clients and for ourselves. But difficult times arise for everyone in business from time to time. And it is important that your advisors have the right experience when your business or your client’s business face those difficult times. Leman Solicitors LLP’s insolvency, restructuring and examinership lawyers have many years’ combined experience advising those involved in examinerships, receiverships and liquidations and we have specialist expertise in guiding those processes efficiently through the courts.
We advise appointed Examiners, directors of companies applying for examinership, creditors of companies in examinership and third-party funders of companies in examinership in respect of their varying legal obligations at all stages of the examinership process.
We have acted and continue to act for secured lenders, borrowers and property owners in security enforcement actions including receiverships. We have advised various parties in dozens of high-profile High Court and Commercial Court enforcement and receivership actions and we have managed to secure some important judicial precedents along the way.
We advise company directors seeking to restructure their business or their debt and we advise companies and liquidators, including court appointed liquidators, in respect of their legal obligations at every stage.
We have provided CPD lectures on niche legal issues relevant to Examiners to many of the largest accountancy practices in the country.
Some Relevant Experience
Advising the third-party funder in respect of the Examinership of Sammon Contracting, High Court, 2018/137 COS;
Advising the Examiner appointed to Colour World Print Limited and Koverto Envelopes (Ireland) Limited, High Court 2017/276 COS;
Advising the Liquidator of Midland Web Printing Limited, High Court 2016/45 COS;
Advising the Liquidator of Zag Technologies (Ireland) Limited, High Court 2016/70 COS;
Advising the Respondent directors of Tailored Homes (Navan) Limited in their successful appeal of a restriction order, Court of Appeal 2017/182; and
Advising the Plaintiffs in an injunction and plenary action restraining the appointment of a receiver, High Court 2019/9416P.