The client had been the subject of a substantial investigation by the Insolvency Service and when Verisona Law was first consulted he faced a lengthy period of disqualification based upon his deemed involvement in the failure of the company.
Verisona Law was originally instructed by a local insolvency practitioner to undertake an initial review of the prospects of realising a long leasehold property whose only income was ground rent and where the asset was the subject of a charge in favour of the bankrupt’s partner.
Verisona Law was initially instructed by a large German holding company to advise on the best way of dealing with a failing subsidiary based in the north of England. Various options were explored in a series of meetings with the German directors including restructuring, the provision of limited further funding, a company voluntary arrangement and a prepack administration. Advice and assistance provided by the team at Verisona Law included dealing with employment issues.
Our client had previously instructed a local firm of solicitors to act in a substantial and highly acrimonious boundary dispute.
Our client had ordered textile costing tens of thousands of pounds for a new product range. The supplier had assured our client that they could continue to supply the material, which was key to the new product range’s success.
Our client had the opportunity to acquire a freehold mixed use building for development.
Our client held a lease on two units of commercial premises in Portsmouth. They wished to vacate one of the units and surrender that part of the lease.
Our client, a solo artist, had recorded a new album and was looking to make contact with music industry executives in order to promote her music and secure release of her album. We introduced her to a number of key music industry contacts and spoke to individual financial investors on her behalf.
Our client, a film production company, came to us seeking advice on the investment and production aspects of their new feature film.
Our client wanted to enter into a joint venture with another television production company in order to produce and sell a new documentary series.