Robin specialises in advising companies facing financial or other difficulties and on business recovery and non-contentious insolvency matters.
Robin advises on the formulation of complex re-structuring plans and the preparation and negotiation of standstill agreements, re-structuring agreements and the re-statement of inter-creditor agreements. In the current economic climate a significant part of his practice involves advising clients whose businesses are being affected by the insolvency of their customers and suppliers in order to mitigate the effects of insolvency and structuring arrangements to minimise the insolvency risk.
He frequently advises insolvency practitioners in relation to their appointments and on legal issues arising in the course of administrations and liquidations.
Robin has spoken at seminars on a wide range of insolvency matters including the cross-border implications of the insolvency of financial institutions and the recognition of overseas office holders in the UK and European jurisdictions. He is a member of R3 and INSOL and has been identified as a ‘Leading Individual’ in Chambers.
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