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Director Disqualification, Insolvency, Restructuring and Insolvency Litigation.

Plus case studies for Commercial Litigation, Regulatory Disputes and Construction Disputes

On this page, you will find testimonials from some of our clients for the work we have done for them in our key areas of specialism: Director DisqualificationInsolvency and RestructuringInsolvency LitigationCommercial LitigationRegulatory Disputes, and Construction Disputes.

Our 3 most recent case studies are shown below, with all older case studies being archived into the relevant specialism category.

Simply select the specialism category you want to explore for all of our case studies in that category. In each category, the case studies are arranged chronologically, with the most recent at the top

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  • Trading Standards Investigations – do not take them lightly

    What to look out for if you are the Director of a company facing a Trading Standards investigation. Director disqualification or criminal proceedings might be the outcome

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Bounce Back Loans: The Insolvency Service abandons its allegation of unfit conduct and its director disqualification investigation against our clients

The Unfit Conduct allegation: ‘Trading to the detriment of the Crown and causing the company to apply for a Bounce Back Loan while insolvent.’ By: Neil Davies, Solicitor and Managing Director of N D & P Solicitors Ltd (‘NDP’) and Contributory Editor to ‘Mithani: Directors’ Disqualification’ – the leading work on Director Disqualification law and

Unfit Director Conduct Allegations by Insolvency Service Abandoned

Our solicitors ensure the client avoided possible Director Disqualification as a result. Pressure relieved. Our Director client found herself on the wrong end of Unfit Director Conduct allegations, in the context of a Director Disqualification Investigation (DDI), where the Insolvency Service (‘IS’) alleged: That she allowed the company ‘to trade to the detriment of HM