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IPs helping charities in financial difficulty — Recovery Magazine

David Fendt, Senior associate in the Russell-Cooke Solicitors, restructuring and insolvency team. Pippa Garland, Partner in the Russell-Cooke Solicitors, charity law and not for profit team.
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David Fendt, Pippa Garland

An article co-authored by senior associate David Fendt and contributed to by partner Pippa Garland, with her charity expertise, has appeared in R3’s Recovery Magazine, exploring the challenges facing charities, while examining the sector’s legal structures and varying types of liability. 

Charities are facing unprecedented challenges in this economic climate, and IPs will need to guide them through these difficult times, whilst at the same time recognising the sector’s unique pressures and characteristics
David Fendt, Senior associate in the Russell-Cooke Solicitors, restructuring and insolvency team.
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The full article is available to read online R3’s Recovery Magazine. Please note the content of the article cannot be copied from or changed.

David Fendt is part of the restructuring and insolvency team acting on both personal and corporate insolvencies in relation to all aspects of their appointment, including advising on claims against directors and other third parties under the Insolvency Act 1986 as well as claims for overdrawn loan accounts, contractual claims, and breach of statutory and fiduciary duties. He also advises on asset recovery actions, and conducts interviews with directors, debtors and third parties.

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