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  • Lawyers

    We specialise in advising clients with a commercial litigation or insolvency challenge. We represent clients in court, arbitration and mediation forums. We help businesses move forward by protecting their rights and solving their complex legal problems.

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  • Insolvency Advisers

    We provide consulting services to clients faced with an insolvency challenge. We deliver pre-pack insolvency arrangements and act as restructuring advisers for our clients. We explore all avenues (both formal and informal) to protect and recover value.

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  • Debt Agents

    We identify the root causes behind non-payment and use the full force of the law to efficiently recover debts and assets. We share risk with our clients and take responsibility for debt recovery. We give our clients comfort and certainty.

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Professional law and consulting firm

Sewell & Kettle are specialist lawyers and consultants with offices in Sydney and Melbourne. The firm has a business mind-set and are trusted advisers for accountants, business owners and directors, entrepreneurs, in-house lawyers and transactional lawyers.

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Blog

  • What phoenix activity reform would look like under a Labor government

    The Australian Labor Party has recently signalled its intention to crack down on illegal phoenix company activity. This often overlooked aspect of the commercial world is actually a huge area of tax evasion, and one that is costing the Australian state billions of dollars of revenue on an annual basis. What are phoenix companies? Before […]

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  • How do you pick the right voluntary administrator?

    It is essential that directors pick a voluntary administrator who is hard working, ethical, and experienced. For the voluntary administration to be successful through a compromise, you’ll need a lot of skill and a little luck. The first step before appointing a voluntary administrator is for company directors to define what they want the process […]

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  • How do you choose the right liquidator?

    The company liquidation process (a creditor’s voluntary liquidation for insolvent companies) can be a long and winding road for company directors. While directors might get to appoint the liquidator, they don’t owe the directors or owners any legal duties, so it is best to pick an ethical and commercially-minded liquidator. If you pick a “salesman” […]

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Upcoming educational seminars

  • UNSW CLE: Updates on Personal Property Securities and Insolvency

    CPD Units: 4 Objective: This seminar will cover important recent PPS cases and consider how they fit into the development of PPS law, PPSA registration issues, the insolvent trading safe harbour, pre-pack arrangements and illegal phoenix activity. Knowledge area: Substantive law Program: 8:30-9:30am – Key recent PPS cases with Graeme Tucker and Sharon Burnett (Clayton […]

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