Our Corporate Recovery team advise insolvency practitioners, directors, banks and other financial institutions on the often complex issues that can arise in relation to all formal and informal corporate recovery procedures.
MacRoberts has been at the forefront of insolvency law in Scotland for more than 30 years. The standard Scottish textbook on liquidation is a MacRoberts publication.
We advise on all formal and informal corporate insolvency procedures including:
Our team has a breadth of technical, legal and commercial expertise and can help struggling businesses to identify potential issues before they become too serious to resolve. We have considerable experience in advising on restructuring solutions.
The team includes skilled litigators and a licensed insolvency practitioner, which means that we can provide support to clients across the full range of insolvency issues. We have wide experience in cross-jurisdictional situations and are able to advise English and foreign headquartered businesses on Scottish insolvency issues.
We have a positive and practical approach to problem solving that ensures that the best outcome can be achieved for our clients in even the most difficult of situations. At all times you will find us straightforward, professional and approachable.
MacRoberts LLP’s ‘very relationship-driven’ practice is ‘focused on getting the right result for clients’
“They are a really well-known, highly respected Glasgow firm.”
They’re an experienced firm with long-standing commercially minded practitioners.
You get top-end quality service without the top-end fees; they are good value for money.
MacRoberts LLP’s lawyers provide ‘an excellent service’ and are ‘very responsive’.
The team had a proactive approach and were focused on achieving results.
Breadth of services:Clients praise the range of specialisms available within the group.
Extremely knowledgeable on matters of corporate and insolvency law.
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