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Insolvency & Debt

Using winding-up petitions to recover debts

James Robbins, senior associate solicitor in Harrison Drury’s insolvency and business recovery team, looks at instances where it might be useful to consider a winding-up petition to recover a debt.…

Corporate & Commercial

Harrison Drury Solicitors is home to one of the fastest growing and ambitious corporate teams in Lancashire and Cumbria. Providing a high quality, personalised service to corporate and commercial clients,…

James Robbins

Senior Associate Solicitor

Debt Recovery

In an ideal world your invoices would be paid in full and on time, but we recognise that this is not always the case and that unpaid debts can affect…

Insolvency & Business Recovery

At Harrison Drury, we work closely with insolvency practitioners, businesses in financial distress, creditors and other stakeholders in relation to both contentious and non-contentious insolvency issues. Pre-Insolvency We assist distressed…

What should you do if you’re affected…

Construction firm, Carillion PLC, announced this week that it and its five sister companies had been placed into compulsory liquidation. Harrison Drury’s construction and insolvency teams look at what this…

The new pre-action protocol for debt claims

New rules for claiming payment of debt from an individual come into force this autumn. Solicitor Laura Hallett Lea explains what you need to know. What’s happening? The Pre-Action Protocol…

Can I recover the legal cost of…

Harrison Drury’s Jack Stephenson explains how companies can use terms and conditions to protect themselves and increase the chances of recovering the cost of chasing bad debt. Unfortunately, bad debts…

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