We advise insolvency practioners, public and private companies, asset based lenders, banks and individuals on all aspects of the law relating to business rescue, recovery, restructuring and insolvency. We provide solutions to complex technical problems on both UK and cross border issues. Our team advise on restructuring both corporate vehicles and debt together with the implementation of rescue structures, voluntary arrangements, bankruptcy, administrations, liquidations, as well as other insolvency related issues. We also advise corporates about their duties to their shareholders during difficult trading conditions. Last but by no means least – we also advise individual directors on their personal responsibilities under the Companies Act 2006 and should they be prosecuted, defend them in relation to activates deemed contrary to the Directors Disqualification Act.
- Directors Disqualification
- Phoenix issues
- Retention of Title
- Shareholder issues
- Voluntary arrangements
Keelys LLP has strength and depth across all legal disciplines and industry sectors, with offices in London and Lichfield. As well as acting for those leading the insolvency process – we also act for the purchasers of distressed businesses. In what is rather reminiscent of “poacher turned gamekeeper” we can bring our extensive experience across all departments to bear fruit for any would be purchaser of a distressed business.
Dramatic rise in investigations into Lasting Powers of Attorney abuse
It is alarming to learn of recent news that the government carried out nearly 50% more investigations concerning abuse complaints regarding lasting powers of attorney (LPA) last year. The Office of the Public Guardian received 5,245 claims that attorneys were … Continue reading
Lichfield Pancake Race 2019
Keelys newest recruits, Lorraine Dewar and Sian Peverill from the Corporate Department, take part in the annual Lichfield Pancake Race.
No fault divorce a welcome step for a better future
News that no fault divorces are to be introduced in this country can only be seen as a welcome step. The justice secretary, David Gauke, recently said he will bring in legislation for the reform in the next session of … Continue reading
Mediation producing a brighter future for couples who don’t want a lifetime of hurt
Dealing with marriage break up is sadly part and parcel of family law experts day to day working lives. However, no matter how much we accept it as an aspect of our jobs, it still can be difficult at times … Continue reading