Seminars

Upcoming educational seminars

Sewell & Kettle regularly give seminars for lawyers and accountants about developments in the law, finance and insolvency. Each seminar also provides professionals with CPD/CLE points and are usually hosted by professional bodies including the Law Society of NSW, the Law Institute of Victoria, ARITA, CPA, CA and various discussion groups.

Below is a list of our upcoming seminars and education events:

  • NNWLS Hobart CLE

    North & North West Law Society – Hobart CLE Enjoy beautiful historical Hobart, the opportunity to connect with your colleagues and obtain all CPD requirements over this two day catered event, featuring a conference dinner with canapes, drinks, and a two course buffet. On Friday, the 8th of November 2019, Ben Sewell (Insolvency and Commercial […]

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  • CPA Small and Medium Enterprise Discussion Group – Phoenix Activity Presentation

    Ben Sewell will be presenting a seminar on phoenix activity to the CPA Small and Medium Enterprise Discussion Group. The questions for discussion will include the following: What is phoenix activity and why are we reading about it more now? What are the legal penalties for phoenix activity? Why isn’t there a specific law against […]

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  • Building & Construction Law Conference – Sydney

     9:50AM – Ben Sewell (Principal), Sewell & Kettle Lawyers The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Phoenix activity update and insolvency reform The new insolvency reforms commenced on 1 July 2018 impacting on the right to terminate contracts triggered by insolvency events. The presentation will cover how to navigate the insolvency reforms in the context […]

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Past seminars

  • The new safe harbour from insolvent trading (section 588GA of the Corporations Act)

    Australia has just implemented the most significant insolvency reforms since 1993. Ben Sewell of Sewell & Kettle Lawyers is giving the seminar for the Newcastle Law Society and University of New Castle Law School: Licence to trade insolvent: the new safe harbour for directors Introduction to the insolvent trading prohibition What is the new safe […]

  • Licence to trade insolvent: the new safe harbour for directors. CPA SME Discussion Group

    CPA Small & Medium Enterprise Discussion Group Licence to trade insolvent: the new safe harbour for directors. 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 […]

  • Licence to trade insolvent: the new safe harbour for directors. CPA Discussion Group

    Certified Practicing Accountants Discussion Group: Northern Suburbs Taxation Seminar. Licence to trade insolvent: the new safe harbour for directors. 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 […]

  • Licence to trade insolvent: the new safe harbour for directors: Marbury Chambers CPD

    Australia has just implemented the most significant insolvency reforms since 1993. Ben Sewell of Sewell & Kettle Lawyers is giving the seminar for the City of Sydney Law Society: Licence to trade insolvent: the new safe harbour for directors Introduction to the insolvent trading prohibition What is the new safe harbour and who can advise […]

  • Licence to trade insolvent: the new safe harbour for directors: ESLA

    Australia has just implemented the most significant insolvency reforms since 1993. Ben Sewell of Sewell & Kettle Lawyers is giving the seminar for the Eastern Solictor’s Law Association (Melbourne). Licence to trade insolvent: the new safe harbour for directors Introduction to the insolvent trading prohibition What is the new safe harbour and who can advise […]

  • Licence to trade insolvent: the new safe harbour for directors, City of Sydney Law Society

    Australia has just implemented the most significant insolvency reforms since 1993. Ben Sewell of Sewell & Kettle Lawyers is giving the seminar for the City of Sydney Law Society: Licence to trade insolvent: the new safe harbour for directors Introduction to the insolvent trading prohibition What is the new safe harbour and who can advise […]

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