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Elizabeth Callard

Department TMT, Corporate Qualified 2019 Education (University) University of Exeter, Law with International Study (LLB) BPP University, LPC Languages English

Elizabeth Callard

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Elizabeth has experience of a wide range of corporate and commercial matters including private company M&A, joint ventures, restructurings and investments.

Elizabeth joined the firm in 2017 as a trainee. During her training contract, Elizabeth completed seats in dispute resolution, corporate, tax and IP before qualifying into the corporate department.

What you may not know about Elizabeth

On the weekend, you will most likely find Elizabeth exploring the best of London’s brunch spots before heading to the theatre to watch a musical.

My recent publications

Insights / Covid-19: Navigating virtual shareholders' meetings in the UK

04-11-2020 /

The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 (Act), which came into force in June 2020, introduced measures to relieve the burden on companies during the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak. For a temporary period, which has been extended until 30 December 2020, companies are able to convene meetings in a flexible way through using a range of technologies. This has temporarily suspended shareholders’ ability to attend meetings in person.

Covid-19: Navigating virtual shareholders' meetings in the UK

News / Guidance for directors navigating the twilight zone of insolvency

23-10-2019 /

BTI 2014 LLC v Sequana and Ors. [2019] EWCA Civ 112 The Court of Appeal has provided important guidance for directors navigating the zone of insolvency and trying to balance their duties to shareholders and creditors alike. The Court upheld the decision of Rose J in the High Court that the creditors' interest duty is triggered when the directors know or should know that the company is or is likely to become insolvent, and in interpreting this, 'likely' means probable.

Guidance for directors navigating the twilight zone of insolvency