Druces news

UK Company Insolvencies are set to increase in 2023

Many businesses are struggling with post-Covid debts amid the spike in interest rates and diminishing demand. The UK’s Insolvency Service reported that there were 2,029 registered company insolvencies in November 2022, 21% higher than in

Druces promotes Jack Dervyn to Partnership

Druces promotes Jack Dervyn to Partnership

Druces has promoted Jack Dervyn to partner in its Corporate team. Jack joined Druces in 2019 and rapidly established himself as a rising star within the Capital Markets arena, frequently acting as lead adviser to

Druces’ Construction Breakfast Seminar

We will be hosting a breakfast seminar in January titled ‘Time is of the essence: contractual pitfalls and risk management in the fit-out sector’. Druces’ Construction Team will discuss key risk management issues and important

A Further Lesson For Private Wealth Advisers

Last year Druces’ lawyers were in court to protect the financial position of a widow who was at risk of being partially disinherited. In that case, Eade v Hogg [2021] EWHC 1057 (Ch), careless drafting