Cosgrove Gaynard Solicitors combine extensive knowledge of the law together with practical experience to provide expert advice on all aspects of corporate restructuring and corporate recovery to practitioners, creditors, shareholders and financial institutions. We act in a wide range of Insolvency and restructuring matters including Examinerships, Liquidations and Receiverships.
We have an extremely active and sucessful insolvency & restructuring department working closely with a number of accountancy practices who are expers in the field of examinership. Our experience in this niche area of law is renouned and we have a proven track record being involved in 60% of all examinerships in Ireland from 2017 - 2019.
Indeed since the firm was incorporated, all applications we have made for the appointment of an Examiner on behalf of a petitioning company or directors, have been successfully brought before the court.
also acted for the Examiner, when appointed, on a number of occasions.
majority of applications to date have been brought before the High Court,
recent legislation has allowed SMEs to avail of the “examinership-lite” in the
Circuit Court, which is promoted as being more cost-effective. .
If you wish to know more about the examinership process see: https://www.cgsolicitors.ie/post/examinership
If you wish to discuss the Examinership process and procedure further, please do not hesitate to contact Susan Cosgrove directly on 01 234 0044 or by email : email@example.com .
We have been instructed in a large number of receiverships, in particular where we can bring the added value of our well known property expertise into to mix. We have been instructed by practictioners, funds and banks in the appointment of the receiver and subsequent sale of assets and properties.
We are involved in a large number of liquidations annually. We act in both members voluntary winding ups and creditors winding ups. Our involvement will always differ between matters which vary from routine winding up applications to section 813/839 (previously section 150/160) applications where the restriction or disqualification of a director is sought or indeed defended depending on who we are acting for.