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We are specialists in defending directors against misfeasance claims, which are often made by liquidators alleging that the specific conduct of a director constitutes misfeasance and therefore a breach of the statutory duties owed by the director to the company and its creditors, under section 212 of the Insolvency Act 1986. This article looks at two of our recent misfeasance claims cases, showing how we advised our client and significantly reduced the claims against them
We are representing the director of a company that entered into voluntary liquidation at the end of December 2012. The liquidator is bringing various claims against the director including misfeasance claims arising out of section 212 of the Insolvency Act 1986. This case study, in what is an on-going case, shows our approach to defending Misfeasance Claims against directors, and details what we consider to be the likely outcome.
This recent insolvency and restructuring case study shows how by acting quickly and decisively we were able to find a solution for our clients – a husband and wife, who were on the verge of losing their home. As a result of the husband’s bankruptcy, the Trustee in Bankruptcy had sought orders from the Court for possession and sale of their matrimonial home, to satisfy the creditors in the husband’s bankruptcy and pay the costs incurred in the bankruptcy.