Moore Barlow Advises Brooklyn Vendor Assurance In £1.8m Deal

Deal, led by corporate team at Moore Barlow, positions London-based business for further growth Moore Barlow has advised the fast-growing technology company, Brooklyn Vendor Assurance, in a deal that sees it secure £1.8m seed investment. Headquartered in London, Brooklyn Vendor Assurance has developed innovative, proprietary software that digitises the entire vendor management lifecycle to better […]

Jeremy OverPartner, Moore Barlow LLP

Keystone advises Wild Nutrition on £5 million private equity investment

Keystone Law has advised client Wild Nutrition, and its co-founders, in connection with a £5 million investment by Piper, the UK’s leading specialist investor in consumer brands. Founded in 2013 by Henrietta and Charlie Norton, Wild Nutrition is an online natural health supplements brand that has disrupted the UK’s £20bn health and wellness market. The […]

Hannah BuddPartner, Keystone Law

Moore Barlow Secures Modular Home Developer BoKlok UK As New Client

BoKlok UK, the sustainable, quality affordable home provider, has appointed law firm Moore Barlow as its exclusive conveyancing solicitors for UK plot sales. BoKlok, a 50/50 joint venture company between global home furnishings brand IKEA and Skanska, one of the world’s largest project development and construction groups, uses modern methods of construction to design and […]

Jo FarrPartner, Moore Barlow LLP

Moon Beever E-Alert: Jackson v Ayles

Jackson v Ayles [2021] EWHC 995 (Ch) was an application by a trustee in bankruptcy for possession and sale of the bankrupt’s matrimonial home The interest in the judgment is that she also sought a declaration that security held over the property by a lender, Mr Pumphrey, was unenforceable by reason of breach of provisions […]

Frances CoulsonSenior & Managing Partner, Head of Litigation & Insolvency, Moon Beever

The Suez blockage: A lasting smell for construction?

Just when you thought you could put away your Force Majeure manual…Ever Green hit the headlines. Despite reported pent up demand and optimism for the construction industry (which I believe is there and legitimately so) it does feel like there is an incessant battering of events inhibiting the ability of the construction industry to push […]

Jonathan MorePartner – Construction, Engineering, Infrastructure, Energy and Disputes, Spencer West

What does the temporary tax relief on capital expenditure really mean?

The 1st of April sees the government announcing a temporary introduction of increased reliefs for expenditure on plant and machinery. Well we say temporary, but actually it applies to any qualifying expenditure incurred from 1st April 2021 up to and including 31st March 2023! Great news for many that are emerging from the pandemic and […]

Tim Chapman FRICS, MScDirector, Hickman Shearer

Claims against directors – an Equitable result for the liquidators?

Weighing in at 494 paragraphs, Meade J’s judgment in Re Equitable Law Capital Ltd [2021] EWHC 763 (Ch) covers a lot of ground, not all of which can be examined in this alert. Beginning with the end, Meade J found for the company’s liquidators against one respondent, Mr Clarkson, who he held had been a […]

Frances CoulsonSenior & Managing Partner, Head of Litigation & Insolvency, Moon Beever

Defective Administration Appointments; Heading Towards Consistency

Applications dealing with defects in the appointment of administrators continue without the final answer the insolvency professions have been waiting for, but a measure of consistency of approach appears to be emerging – for the time being. In Wessely & Anor (Zoom UK Distribution Ltd) v Rubra & Ors [2021] EWHC 800 (Ch) the administrators […]

Frances CoulsonSenior & Managing Partner, Head of Litigation & Insolvency, Moon Beever