The global economic crisis has imposed difficulties to a number of businesses. The outcome has been an increasing number of engagements for closing down of different forms of establishments, initiation of insolvency procedures, as well as intra-group reorganizations and restructuring activities.
With our specific and expert knowledge of the regulatory framework, as well as hands on experience on complicated cases, we are valuable advisor to our clients, who can protect their interests to the highest possible extent against the solvency problems of their contractors and business partners.
You can rely on us from the diligent scrutiny of the legal status of your potential future contractors to on-going protection of your interests throughout the entangled insolvency proceedings initiated against your business partners and debtors. We also offer practical and commercial advice on a full range of contentious and non-contentious issues encountered in insolvencies.
Our lawyers have abundant experience in corporate restructuring and reorganization. We provide full scope advice and assistance, which comprises:
An ~€1M claim on behalf of real estate consultants
NBLO’s dispute resolution lawyers represented UK-based real estate consultants who had structured a € 40-million-worth commercial property project on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast. In breach of an applicable contractual obligation, the consultants had not been paid the agreed success fees for their services. The then director of the defaulting party had been tragically shot dead in the meantime.
Following a hotly contested first instance, with below-the-belt attempts by the other side (the least untypical perhaps being the claim that the contract had been a forgery and a trial-within-a-trial on the issue), our team succeeded in obtaining a judgment at first instance. The parties were then able to achieve a significant settlement.
The key skills we were able to bring to bear in providing a solution included searching for solutions across the problem domain; appropriately involving representatives of Bulgaria’s EU partner member-states to buttress judicial independence; and resourcefully dealing with heterodox approaches by our judicial opponents.
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