RECORDED WEBINAR: Insolvency Proceedings - Are they Worth Powder and Shot?

Wednesday 30th July 2014
Duration: approx. 2 hours
 
Acting for a client owed money by a business that is insolvent involves legal, commercial and tactical considerations. This presentation explains how to maximise your client's chances of getting their money. It includes:
  • Front-end protections:
    • contractual provisions
  • PPSA registration
  • Forms of insolvency and how they affect creditors
  • Factors to consider when deciding whether to litigate
  • Using public examination procedures
  • Causes of action
  • Dealing with a captive insolvency administrator
This webinar is suitable for: for in-House Counsel and lawyers practising in all aspects of business, commercial, debt recovery and insolvency law – Australia wide
 
PRESENTED BY: David Topp, Barrister, Brisbane
 
David Topp is a member of the Bar Association of Queensland.
 
David’s main practice areas include costs disputes generally (both between solicitor and client and litigant and litigant) along with interlocutory applications on matters of practice and procedure are areas in which he has years of practical experience.
 
David’s other areas of practice include: All forms of commercial litigation and dispute resolution - Corporations & Securities and Trade Practices - Security for Costs - Insolvency litigation and practice - Debt recoveries, both for plaintiffs and defendants - Enforcement of judgments - Ending proceedings early, ie summary judgments/summary dismissals and dismissals for want of prosecution, vexatious litigants and abuse of process.
 
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Product Code: WB3JUL14
 Price:  $220.00 (Inclusive of GST)
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