Marbury Chambers Seminar – The New Safe Harbour from Insolvent Trading

Licence to trade insolvent: The New Safe Harbour from Insolvent Trading

  • Introduction to the insolvent trading prohibition
  • What is the new safe harbour and who can advise on it?
  • What are some elements of a restructuring plan for small-to-medium sized enterprises?
  • What are the hurdles to getting safe harbour protection?

Presented by Ben Sewell, Solicitor of Sewell & Kettle Lawyers:

Substantive Law, Practice and Procedure and Evidence

Details here

Full 10 Points CPD Conference (Sydney, NSW)  



Upcoming educational seminars

  • UNSW Edge: SME Insolvency & Restructuring Critical Updates Webinar

    Ben Sewell will be presenting the following talk: 25 September 2020 may be an economic cliff for small-to-medium sized enterprises. If they are insolvent – what are their options? An analysis of whether the voluntary administration process is fit for purpose for SMEs To avoid the stigma of formal insolvency, when is informal restructuring effective? […]

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  • Thomson Reuters Building & Construction Law Conference

    12:05PM How to manage subcontractor insolvency During COVID-19 the Government has strongly signalled that SMEs may continue to trade whilst insolvent (and created supporting statute). The risk to builders and developers is that their subcontractors will fail once the COVID-19 safe harbour ends. What can be done pre-contract and post-formal insolvency appointment (e.g. voluntary administration) […]

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