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In the aftermath of World War II destruction, the legal firm of Isadore Goldman & Son swiftly re-established itself in London’s High Holborn – mere yards from founder Isadore Goldman’s...
Four district councils located in London’s commuter belt have amassed debts totalling approximately £4.2 billion, equating to around £10,000 per resident.This is primarily due to problematic property investments.   Woking,...
As a company director, you will no doubt be aware that you have a various duties relating to your position, all of which centre around making sound strategic decisions and...
The decision to go bankrupt is never taken lightly and can come with various consequences, one of the most critical being how bankruptcies affect your credit. When someone declares bankruptcy,...

What happens if I declare bankruptcy?

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Declaring bankruptcy is often considered to be a last resort, as the experience can feel incredibly daunting and anxiety inducing. Those going through bankruptcy may be left feeling deeply concerned...

What is a winding up petition?

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A winding-up petition is a legal mechanism that creditors can use to shut down a business that is unable to pay its debts. This is known as ‘winding up a...
Christina Fitzgerald and Monica Kapur will both join Isadore Goldman as directors in September, based in the firm’s London office. Christina, a solicitor and Licensed Insolvency Practitioner, joins from another...
For someone struggling with overwhelming debt, a potential option to explore would be an Individual Voluntary Arrangement (IVA). An IVA is a formal agreement between an individual and their creditors...
As Deliveroo announced their partnership with Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) giant Klarna, allowing customers to pay for their takeaway food deliveries in instalments, we ask whether Eat Now Pay...
A recent case in the High Court of Justice, undertaken by the Insolvency Service, highlights the worrying and growing trend of rogue advisors, particularly prevalent online, offering “unlicensed insolvency services”...
As practitioners will be aware, the Finance Act 2020 allows HMRC to significantly expand their powers to obtain recoveries of unpaid tax both directly and via insolvency procedures. One of...

CVLs – Electronic Signatures

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More than a year of socially restrictive measures has seen many industries move to a fully digital work environment. While this change is welcomed by many, it has also raised...
As news of the merger between Wedlake Bell and Moon Bever reached our desks this week, and the increasing conversations around #TheBigShift it gave us cause to reflect upon Isadore...
On 16 September 2020, the Government confirmed that it is extending the moratorium on commercial possessions until 31 December 2020. https://www.gov.uk/government/news/government-extends-support-to-stop-business-evictions-this-year? Landlords should make sure they protect their rights to...
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