Corporate Recovery and Insolvency
Strategic corporate recovery
and insolvency solutions.
Corporate Recovery and Insolvency
For instance, has a liquidator or receiver been appointed to your business? Do you face bankruptcy? Are you dealing with fraudulent or reckless behaviour in your business? Are you facing a winding-up petition? Do you need an urgent injunction? We are here to give you practical and calm advice in relation to your business.
“There are significant challenges ahead for companies and individuals seeking to emerge from Insolvency in Ireland. Refinancing options are limited. Clients are demanding a novel approach to legal and commercial advice. We look to understand a client’s business. In addition, we have the know-how to assist clients in finding workable solutions.”
Milan Schuster, Partner
Here are some of the areas that we advise on
- Winding-up Petitions
- Corporate restructuring
- Directors’ duties on insolvency
- Disqualification of directors
- Fraudulent and reckless trading
- Insolvency injunctions
Adams Law corporate recovery and insolvency specialists
Most importantly, our solicitors work with businesses in order to find solutions. A lot of clients are unable to pay their debts or are suffering temporary cash flow problems. Many of your businesses are insolvent. We also advise clients that are looking to make individuals bankrupt or are in dispute with insolvent companies.
What corporate recovery and insolvency means for your business
Without doubt, our main focus is on the rescue of your business. In addition, we look to understand your business and to pinpoint the reasons for its insolvency. That is to say, we look at strategic solutions for your business. The challenges for distressed businesses are complex. They are constantly changing. However, our team have excellent expertise. Our solicitors have pragmatic negotiating skills. They can provide you with legal solutions. They will help you restructure your business. We also provide solutions for clients through informal negotiations. There has been great success in renegotiating deals with lending institutions.
Of course, if you need advice from Adams Law why not contact us now. If you are concerned that you have trading difficulties, we are here to find a solution. In some instances, we fully resolve your financial problems.
Working with liquidators, receivers and examiners
In addition, Adams Law advise liquidators, receivers and examiners. We seek to minimize the disruption to your business. To efficiently deal with insolvency situations. We effectively compliment the services they provide. The service that we provide is both fast and efficient. It is about not losing sight of the goal, which is a fast and successful disposal of assets.
The work we do in Corporate Recovery and Insolvency
Our solicitors advise on business restructuring and negotiating with lenders. For example, if you cannot avoid insolvency, we will can assist you through the process. Our solicitors will provide practical legal and commercial advice. Directors need to be made fully aware of the potential risks in relation to personal liability. We are experienced in advising boards of directors and shareholders in this area. We also advise insolvency practitioners in relation to their obligations, roles and personal liability.
Why not contact us now for a confidential meeting. We can discuss your corporate recovery or insolvency issues? We are sure that we can find a solution that works for you.
Our recent highlights of work
- Firstly, acting for a lender refinancing developers and property investors in a property scheme.
- Secondly, refinancing a healthcare business exiting NAMA with a value of c. €10M.
- Thirdly, acting for a property group in a European receivership with property assets in excess of c. €50M.
- Fourthly, acting for a debtor in the defence of a c. €29M Commercial Court claim by a bank.
- Fifthly, making applications for bankruptcy to the High Court of debts in excess of c. €20M.
- Sixthly, acting for debtors in relation to winding-up petitions valued in excess of c. €100M.