Seminars

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) to ensure continued service is provided by subcontractors? After 6 months of many subcontractors trading whilst insolvent what’s going to happen next?

Ben Sewell, Principal, Sewell & Kettle

Upcoming educational seminars

  • UNSW Edge: SME Insolvency & Restructuring Critical Updates Webinar

    Ben Sewell will be presenting on the topic of: Future watch – what comes next? This session will cover: Analysis of potential implications of current climate on your practice; Suggested strategies and business skills that you can implement that will assist you to respond to changes that may come after September 2020.

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  • Live Webinar: Insolvency law in a COVID-19 world (Law Society of NSW)

    The Law Society of NSW is hosting a series of webinars to show legal practitioners how they can manage their response to COVID-19 and its impacts on the legal industry. In this webinar, experienced insolvency expert Ben Sewell of Sewell & Kettle Lawyers will discuss how COVID-19 has affected corporate insolvency law and what legal […]

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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) […]

    Learn more

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