Peak Hotels liquidation fixed fee dispute reaches UK’s highest court
The UK Supreme Court is considering what priority should be afforded to pre-liquidation legal fees in a hotel owner’s cross-border insolvency, as British law firm Candey argues it did not waive an English law equitable lien arising from its work as litigation counsel to Peak Hotels when it entered a fixed fee arrangement with the group and registered a deed of charge in the British Virgin Islands.
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