20th February 2018


Today we hosted the first session in our two part series of seminars focusing on the consequences of Carillon’s collapse.

Chaired by Sean Brannigan QC, Jonathan Lewis and James Bowling focused on two important points of insolvency that arise from the collapse of Carillion and are relevant to the wider construction industry.

Jonathan Lewis asked if Carillion’s insolvency will see the beginning of the end of cash retentions held by contractors while James Bowling gave some practical advice on termination and insolvency, and what steps to take if you think your client might fall victim to the liquidators.

If you would like to know more about our construction insolvency practice, or are interested in any other 4 Pump Court Seminars, please contact us.

Please note that this seminar and does not provide legal advice. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of this content, we cannot accept any liability for any loss or damage, whether caused by negligence or otherwise, to any person using this content and related documents.

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