Viewing: Insolvency for Maria Mulla

Maria undertakes all aspects of insolvency work including personal insolvency, and corporate insolvency.
Specifically, Maria has experience of the following:
- Applications for recission, annulment, and setting aside a statutory demand (specifically where a genuine dispute of fact is alleged);
- Advising on the enforcement of a personal guarantee via a statutory demand;
- Applications restraining presentation or advertisement of a winding-up petition;
- Corporate insolvency including allegations of misfeasance and fraudulent, and wrongful trading;
- Advising directors on their fiduciary duties and the Companies Act 2006;
- Restraining advertisement of winding up petitions;
- Applications to use a prohibited name;
- Transactions at an undervalue;
Maria is currently instructed on the behalf of two defendants in a multi-party action directed by the liquidator for an offshore fund. This case concerns alleged unauthorised investment and misappropriation of funds in excess of GBP 15 million. The claim includes allegations of unlawful means conspiracy, arguments of authority over investment decisions, and arguments of alleged breaches of the liquidator’s fiduciary duty.

Latest News & Publications

No5 Barristers' Chambers are delighted to announce that Maria Mulla has been accredited as a mediator by the International Mediation Institution....

Date: Wed, 21 Apr 2021
In the first podcast episode, Maria Mulla and Alexander Heylin of No5 Barristers’ Chambers, speak with Iskander Fernandez, a Partner at BLM who they first met at English Law Week in St. Petersburg, Russia in 2019....

Date: Thu, 15 Apr 2021
On the 1st April 2020 HMCTS published a note on the Civil Court Listing Priorities. This is divided into two sections: - Priority 1 work includes work that ­­­must be done and Priority 2...

Date: Thu, 02 Apr 2020