Knowing when to stop: Wrongful Trading and Covid

Richard Fisher QC and Roseanna Darcy consider the “suspension” of wrongful trading provisions introduced in the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act (“CIGA”) as one of the temporary measures aimed at avoiding and reducing insolvencies of companies that would have otherwise been viable but for the impact of COVID-19.

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Richard Fisher KC
Richard Fisher KC
Roseanna Darcy
Roseanna Darcy
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