Back issues 2009

Winter 2009
  • Personal insolvency – does it pay? The pros and cons of available debt solutions
  • Overview of personal insolvency: The IS is reviewing personal debt options
  • Bankruptcy tourism: Why is this happening?
  • SIP 16 – does it do what it says on the tin? IPs beware!
  • The bluffer’s guide to Chapter 11: A pocket-sized overview
  • Interview: Tony Lomas
  • Plus: Legal update, Recent case studies, Technical update, Economic snapshot: Southern Region


Autumn 2009
  • Rescue in the North Sea: The first rescue of an extensive oil expro company
  • XL lands with a bump: The demands of dealing with simultaneous administrations
  • Improving insolvency regulation: The Insolvency Service reviews recent reports
  • Officeholders’ remuneration: Officeholders must demonstrate their value
  • Changes to Trust Deeds avoided? The threat of the FTPTD seems to have abated
  • Interview: Natascha Engel MP, chair of the APPG
  • Plus: Legal update, Technical update, Economic snapshot: Midlands Region


Summer 2009
  • Brendan Barber, TUC General Secretary: Better communication makes for effective management of insolvency situations
  • Professional practices could be victims of the downturn: Red flags to watch out for
  • Trading on a private school: The human face of insolvency
  • Changes to insolvency advertising: The IS is reviewing its policy
  • Trust busting: advice for creditors: The protection afforded offshore trusts
  • Interview: Peter Sargent, new R3 president
  • Advertising features: How to avoid becoming a wolf’s dinner Deal or no deal?
  • Plus: Legal update, Economic snapshot: Yorkshire Region, and new R3 membership benefits


Spring 2009
Recovery Spring 2009
  • TUPE in insolvency: How not to draft legislation
  • Issues to consider for tenants in administration: The Court of Appeal’s decision in Sunberry
  • Retail restructuring: Restructuring options in the retail sector
  • SIP 16: the creditor’s view - Will creditors be reassured about pre-packs?
  • Tax planning in difficult economic conditions: How practical experience can help
  • Economic snapshot: London & South East Region
  • Advertising features: The future of restructuring is online Making the most of invisible assets
Recovery Supplement 2009
Recovery Spring Supplement 2009
  • JIEB examination results
  • Annual conference from Jane Moriarty
  • R3 Spring events

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