Freshfields, Mayer Brown and Dentons join fray as Carillion collapses

Magic circle firm takes key role on the insolvency alongside Dentons

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Dentons and Mayer Brown have emerged as the latest firms advising on the collapse of Carillion, which is set to go into liquidation after rescue talks with lenders failed.

The construction company filed for compulsory liquidation this morning, with the government confirming that it will continue to deliver all public sector services provided by Carillion following its insolvency.

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