K&L Gates London senior partner faces disqualification proceedings
K&L Gates' London senior partner Michael Johns is among nine former Farepak directors facing disqualification proceedings over the 2006 collapse of the UK Christmas savings company. The UK Insolvency Service - part of the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills - has made an application in the High Court for disqualification orders to be made against nine former directors of Farepak and its parent company European Home Retail (EHR). The orders would bar those named from serving as a company director in the future.
K&L Gates’ London senior partner Michael Johns is among nine former Farepak directors facing disqualification proceedings over the 2006 collapse of the UK Christmas savings company.
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