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  •  19/01/2021 12:28 PM

The Supreme Court’s ruling on business interruption insurance in light of Covid-19 has provided some clarity for both policy holders and insurers. In short, where the wording of a policy was vague and perhaps unintentionally covered Covid-19 losses, the ruling has meant that insurers must pay those claims. Many valid claims may now be settled quickly, but many cases may now begin the settlement process.

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  •  07/10/2020 08:33 AM

Stephen Hunt and Kevin Goldfarb appointed Joint Liquidators of Kash1 Limited, Kash2 Limited, Kingly Solicitors Limited and Joint Administrators of Berkeley Asset Finance Limited and NM Group Limited following the SRA's decision to intervene in the practice of Kingly Solicitors Limited.

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  •  17/09/2020 03:07 PM

On 10th September, Kevin Goldfarb joined a webinar hosted by FSCom to discuss the case of Supercapital Limited

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  •  20/05/2020 11:05 PM

Stephen Hunt, Partner at Griffins, shares his thoughts on the proposed suspension of Wrongful Trading

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  •  07/05/2020 06:00 PM

Andrew Goodson, one of our qualified and licensed insolvency practitioners, talks about the benefits of seeking early advice.

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  •  21/04/2020 09:59 PM

Andrew Goodson, one of our qualified and licensed insolvency practitioners, talks about the new Griffins Free Advice Line.

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  •  28/03/2020 01:32 PM

On 26th March, the Chancellor Rishi Sunak held the daily briefing from Downing Street and announced a support package for the self-employed.

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  •  20/03/2020 06:35 PM

The Prime Minister held a press conference today to announce further measures the country will take in the fight against COVID-19

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  •  19/03/2020 04:00 PM

Griffins are working through the CoVid19 coronavirus outbreak and maintaining our business continuity.

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  •  05/03/2020 03:05 PM

The ICAEW has published the new Code of Ethics for Insolvency Practitioners which will come into effect on 1 May 2020. Much of the changes in the 69 page document are to the presentation rather than the substance. The familiar five Fundamental Principles remain untouched, as do the five main threats.

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