Anyone know of a ...

Dave Hodgkinson davehodg at
Thu Oct 22 15:27:19 BST 2009

If it's the bad debt and it's under 5k, go small claims.

When judgement is made in your favour and they fail to follow through
enforce in the usual way.

It seems like you should just take the papers to the fraud squad and
let them get on with it. And HMRC.

On 22 Oct 2009, at 14:46, Ash Berlin wrote:

> ...decent laywer?
> A friend of mine is dealing with a bad debt from a company should have
> started insolvency proceedings, but hasn't. Largely because the  
> directors
> are cocks and have basically broken every one of items on this list of
> things you shouldn't do as a director:
> We can no add contempt of court to that list, since they haven't yet
> formally filed insolvency, despite the court order.
> So - anyone know a laywer who will take this sort of work on,  
> preferably
> for no-win-no-fee (urhg, I know) even if they end up taking a  
> significant
> portion of the damages.
> For added fun, we're farily sure that the directors (who have quite  
> large
> personal fortunes) have invalidated their limited liabilities, and  
> could
> potentially face many years jail time.
> -ash

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