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Insolvency Reform Seminar: Newcastle Law Society

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Presenter:
Ben Sewell, 
Principal, Sewell & Kettle Lawyers

Ben Sewell will discuss the recent developments in personal property securities law for the Law Society of NSW. The hour-long presentation will provide a compact update for lawyers and other professionals with a working knowledge about the Personal Property Securities Act and the Personal Property Securities Register.

About the presenter:

Ben is an expert in B2B debt recovery, commercial litigation and insolvency law.

Ben is a leading expert in personal property securities law (i.e. the Personal Property Securities Act 2009) and he has advised large corporates, SMEs, financiers and insolvency practitioners regarding this emerging area of the law.

Before becoming a commercial lawyer Ben was an Associate to a Judge in the NSW District Court. And since becoming a commercial lawyer Ben has represented a range of clients as an advocate in the NSW, Federal, Victorian and Queensland Courts.

If you are an existing client and you would like a complimentary pass please email businessmanager@sklawyers.com.au

Further information about the Newcastle Law Society can be found here

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