Legal case studies

Engineering your terms; disputes in manufacturing

Posted by Rebecca Green on March 13 2017 in Commercial litigation & dispute resolution, Debt recovery, Manufacturing

We were recently instructed by one of our long-standing manufacturing clients in a dispute regarding unpaid invoices. The client is a subsidiary company of a large engineering group based locally. They specialise in providing customer support, from manufacture to sale of goods and post-sales service, for various market-leading machine tool brands.

Secured financing structure

Posted by Christopher Jones on March 7 2017 in Banking & finance

Wright Hassall LLP advised HWSIL Finance Co Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hadrian’s Wall Secured Investments Limited (HWSIL), a main market London Stock Exchange-listed investment company - on a £5 million lending deal to XL Cars.

Acted for a housing developer on a land purchase structured in an unusual and inventive way

Posted by Christopher Jones on September 11 2015 in Banking & finance

Our Banking & Finance team acted for a housing developer on a land purchase that had to be structured in an unusual and inventive way. Our client (the “Purchaser”) entered into a land purchase contract in 2010 that obliged it to purchase land from a company (the “Seller”) in three phases; two phases had been completed already and the third constituted our transaction.