Restructuring and Employment aspects of Insolvency

In our latest episode, our experts look at what an insolvency event is and discuss the key elements to consider when a company falls into administration. What support is there for businesses and employees who find themselves in such situations and why is it important to take expert legal advice early in the process?

Hosted by Employment & Immigration Law Partner, Adam Williams, with Employment Partner, Rebecca Thornley-Gibson and Insolvency Partner, Michael Lynch also joining the discussion.

About the authors

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Rebecca Thornley-Gibson


Specialist in contract and policy frameworks, employee relations, employment tribunal litigation and senior executive terms and exits.
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Adam Williams


Specialises in guiding corporate clients through UK business immigration and labour law aspects of operating in the UK and moving people across borders.
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Michael Lynch


Advising lenders, corporates, office-holders and individuals on Restructuring, Insolvency, and complex cases.

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