Case Studies for:

Director Disqualification, Insolvency, Restructuring and Insolvency Litigation.

Plus case studies for Commercial Litigation, Regulatory Disputes and Construction Disputes

On this page, you will find case studies of our work here at the Neil Davies Partnership, in our key areas of specialism: Director DisqualificationInsolvency and RestructuringInsolvency LitigationCommercial LitigationRegulatory Disputes, and Construction Disputes.

Our 3 most recent case studies are shown below, with all older case studies being archived into the relevant specialism category.

Simply select the specialism category you want to explore to see all of our case studies in that category. In each category, the case studies are arranged chronologically, with the most recent at the top.

Case Studies

If you would like more detail on any of these case studies or if you need our help and advice in solving problems you or your business have in any of our specialisms, please contact us or call 0121 200 7040, for a FREE initial consultation.


Commercial Litigation Specialists and BHS

Commercial Litigation Specialists – Recovering Unpaid for Goods from the Administrator of BHS.  The commercial litigation specialists here at Neil Davies and Partners were recently instructed by a multi-national client on a cross-border dispute over £100,000 worth of goods ordered

Misfeasance Claims Case Studies

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

Misfeasance Claims Against Directors

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.

Latest News & Blog

  • Construction Disputes and Winding up Petitions

    Construction Disputes – A Recent Case Study. The NDP Team of construction insolvency solicitors advises clients making or defending claims who are faced with severe financial disruption due to construction disputes. The construction industry is characterised by disputes over late or non-payment. This article, penned by Christoper Cox, looks at a recent case (April 2016) in which COD Hyde Limited, the employer, failed to pay its contractor Space Change Management Limited, Read more →

Testimonials

  • Successful Commercial Litigation Avoids Losses for Client

    This is a testimonial from a client based in California who instructed us on a commercial litigation matter in which his company were not being paid by the Administrators of a well known UK high street chain for goods supplied prior to the administration. We were able to negotiate a positive settlement in which the goods were released and returned for sale elsewhere, avoiding a financial loss for our client. Had we not been able to negotiate this settlement, our client would have been classified by the Administrator as an unsecured creditor, with the risk of a significant financial loss.

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