Exchange Chambers hold Insolvency breakfast Seminar in Manchester and Leeds

May 22, 2017

David Mohyuddin QC and Ian Tucker addressed 75 delegates at an insolvency seminar organised by Exchange Chambers last week.

The breakfast event – Insolvency seminar: Notice of what intention to appoint – took place in Manchester and was also video-linked live in Leeds.

On 11 April 2017, the Court of Appeal handed down its decision in the case of JCAM Commercial Real Estate Property XV Ltd v Davis Haulage Ltd [2017] EWCA Civ 267. David Mohyuddin QC and Ian Tucker prepared the arguments for the Respondent and during the seminar they explained what intention is required before a notice of intention to appoint can – or must – be filed and the practical impact, in particular whether there is now any ability to ‘chain’ notices of intention.

David and Ian are members of the Insolvency department at Exchange Chambers. The Insolvency team hold regular seminars and training throughout the year. Details of the annual insolvency conference will be released soon – keep visiting our seminars page for updates.