Sometimes in an insolvency, we choose to litigate. In a number of cases, the threat of litigation is enough, but in others we will raise the action and pursue the relevant party. We might be cutting down a gratuitous alienation, raising an action for misfeasance or privately examining a debtor. And what happens if you are the subject of litigation at the instance of an aggrieved party?
In this course, we will consider how to prepare for litigation, and what to expect if you are running or defending litigation in the Scottish courts. We will look at your relationship with your solicitor and how to get the best outcome, wherever possible, from your litigation.
Anyone looking for a comprehensive introduction or overview of how to litigate in Scotland.
Half day course: £155 + VAT