On 4 May 2021 KPMG LLP sold its UK Restructuring business to Interpath Ltd (trading as Interpath Advisory), a newly-formed company which is backed by H.I.G. Europe, the European affiliate of H.I.G. Capital, LLC. The office holders mentioned below have transferred from KPMG to Interpath Advisory and remain in office. Further details of the sale are available on the KPMG website here.

FLBG LLP (formerly Gordon Brown Law Firm LLP) – in Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidation

James Lumb and Mark Orton were appointed Joint Liquidators of FLBG LLP (formerly Gordon Brown Law Firm LLP) – in Liquidation (the ‘LLP’) on 9 December 2020. Following Mark Orton’s resignation, Chris Pole was appointed Joint Liquidator by Order of Court with effect from 15 June 2021.

Statutory notices and reports

Certificate of appointment 
S100 Members' report to creditors 
Statement of Affairs 
Notice of appointment 
Creditor's notification of appointment 
Notice of seeking a decision of creditors by correspondence 
Notice to creditors of right to opt out 
Notice to creditors to revoke opt out 
Proof of debt form 
Creditors' physical meeting requisition form 
Letter enclosing notice of first progress report and decision procedure 
Notice of seeking decision of creditors 
FLBG Annual Progress Report - January 2022 
Second Progress Report 
Third progress report 
Notice of third progress report 

How to submit a claim

If you have amounts due to you from the Company as at the date of appointment, you can register a claim by completing a proof of debt form.

Please send your completed proof of debt form, together with supporting documentation, by email to the case contact or by post to:

FLBG LLP (formerly Gordon Brown Law Firm LLP) – in Liquidation
C/o Interpath Advisory
5th Floor
130 St Vincent Street
Glasgow G2 5HF

Supporting documentation for your claim includes invoices, statements of account, proofs of delivery, contracts or any other relevant information.

James Ronald Alexander Lumb and Christopher Robert Pole are authorised to act as insolvency practitioners by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales.

We are bound by the Insolvency Code of Ethics.

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