Craig joined Isadore Goldman in 2009 after completing his training contract at a large international firm.
Craig undertakes both contentious and non-contentious corporate insolvency work. Craig's contentious work includes winding up petitions (both presenting petitions and defending petitions on behalf of companies), and traditional Insolvency Act claims such as preferences, transactions at undervalue and misfeasance claims. He has extensive experience dealing with illegal dividend claims and director’s loan account claims, both from the perspective of the office holder and the defendant director. Section 216 and prohibited names is another area where Craig has expertise, both advising in relation to the exceptions and defending claims. Craig’s non-contentious insolvency work includes pre-packs and the sale of the business of a company in liquidation or administration.
Craig undertakes a significant amount of personal insolvency/bankruptcy work including realisations of assets (including any properties registered in the name of the bankrupt), suspensions of discharge (both from the IP and the bankrupt’s perspective), income payments agreements and income payments orders and advising spouses of bankrupts in relation to any rights they may have in the matrimonial home through equity of exoneration. Craig also deals with issues relating to Individual Voluntary Arrangements (IVAs).