LexisPSL Restructuring and Insolvency team to host #insolvencyhour

10 Feb 2016 | 2 min read

By kind invitation of Twitter user @insolvencyhour, this Thursday 11 February, the LexisPSL Restructuring and Insolvency team will be hosting #insolvencyhour on Twitter.

Taking place between 8 and 9pm, #insolvencyhour allows insolvency professionals to discuss news, practice and queries affecting their work. Or to blow off some steam!

As this is the first time that our team will be hosting #insolvencyhour, we will be holding a prize draw into which all participants in this Thursday's #insolvencyhour will be entered, with the winner able to choose one of the following books which will be sent to them for FREE!

So what do you need to do to be entered into the prize draw?

Simply participate in this Thursday's #insolvencyhour by sending a tweet—including retweets and replies to tweets—and we will enter you into the draw (subject to the competition rules below). We will then randomly pick a name on Friday 12 February. You will need to follow us on Twitter (@LexisUK_RandI) if you're not doing so already so that we can send you a direct message in the event that you are the winner. And don't forget to include '#insolvencyhour' in your tweet, retweet or reply!

The winner can choose to review one copy of one of the following titles:

We hope to see you for this Thursday's #insolvencyhour.

Competition rules

  • only one entry per Twitter handle will be entered into the prize draw
  • your tweet, retweet or reply must be sent between 8 and 9pm this Thursday 11 February to be entered into the prize draw and include #insolvencyhour in the tweet, retweet or reply
  • to qualify for the prize draw, your tweet, retweet or reply must relate to restructuring and insolvency in some way, eg tweets containing nothing but '#insolvencyhour' or a picture of your dinner will not qualify. Our decision in this respect is final
  • postage and packaging is also free, but is limited to addresses in the United Kingdom, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man
  • the prize is limited to one copy of one of the above titles in print copy only
  • no correspondence will be entered into

 

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