Senior Partner Chris Nott was interviewed on BBC Radio 4's Today Show this morning, talking about what the implications of Carillion's liquidation might be for subcontractors. Listen in, here (min 15:40 - 19:00).
Our Construction team were also featured in The Guardian this week, explaining the difficulties that Carillion's project portfolio might face. Read his full comment below.
Sam O'Callaghan was also featured on BBC Radio Wales' Good Evening Wales programme. Listen in here at minute 12:30.
Our comments have also been featured in Wales Online, discussing what major schemes and projects in Wales will be affected.
If you think you might be affected by Carillion's liquidation, take a look at our advice - and explanation of what it might mean for you - here.
Sam O’Callaghan, solicitor in the construction, energy and projects team at Capital Law, predicts that Carillion’s project portfolio will face “significant” difficulties. xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg"> Sub-contractors, consultants, and clients may end up losing out on money that they’re contractually entitled to. Secured creditors (like banks) will be putting their hands in the insolvency pot first. Every sub-contractor, consultant, or anyone involved in a contractual chain with Carillion should take immediate action – starting by reviewing their contract, or getting their lawyer to do so.”