MacRoberts' Corporate Recovery Group principally advises company directors, banks, financial institutions and accountancy firms on the many and often complex issues which arise in relation to Corporate Recovery.
MacRoberts has been at the forefront of insolvency law in Scotland for over 30 years, with the standard texts on Receivership and Liquidation having been written by MacRoberts' partners. With the emphasis now more on Administration and Voluntary Arrangement, our creative and positive approach to problem solving means that, for our clients, the best outcome can be achieved in often difficult situations.
A key issue, especially in relation to companies trading under difficult circumstances, is the provision of advice on such matters as directors' rights and responsibilities. The new legal regime places greater flexibility into the hands of directors facing difficult trading situations and also increases, as a result, the need for them to have the sharpest and clearest legal advice available at call.
Our team, including a licensed insolvency practitioner, have expertise in cross-jurisdictional situations and, since the law differs in Scotland and England, particularly in relation to the granting of securities as well as in matters of procedures, they are in a strong position to advise an English-headquartered business on Scottish insolvency issues, as well as vice-versa.
The firm's strength-in-depth, not least in matters of litigation, means that MacRoberts is in pole position to offer clients a one stop service in all insolvency issues.
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Our Corporate Recovery Group is quoted in Chambers UK 2012 as:
"The team at MacRoberts continues to make positive strides in the market."