We are insolvency specialists and helping insolvency practitioners is a large part of our business
Corporate restructures and insolvencies are recurring themes for both small and large organisations in Australia as the Global economy continues to struggle. Expert legal advice will ensure that you achieve the best financial outcome.
We provide pragmatic advice and concentrate on outcomes not issues.
We help insolvency practitioners and Financial Institutions with liquidations, bankruptcies, administrations, deed administrations and receiverships.
We regularly advise and act for liquidators and administrators, bankruptcy trustees, creditors, directors, lenders and investors who need advice on insolvency issues and the recovery of priority payments, pursuit of insolvent trading claims and actions in relation to insolvent transactions.
We can quickly and efficiently advise whether a reconstruction is viable, and if so, implement innovative strategies to minimise losses and disruption to business.
Our lawyers regularly appear as advocates without counsel in public examinations for liquidators, trustees and we have run many hundreds of cases. We believe we have unique experience when it comes to public examinations and enjoy finding ways to recover monies for liquidators and bankruptcy trustees.
The members of our insolvency team all have banking and finance experience, particularly in invoice discounting and receivables financing. Our firm has a unique, strategic and commercially-focused approach when acting for directors, creditors, Banks, receivers, liquidators, administrators, deed administrators and bankruptcy trustees.
We are experts in tracing and recovering assets for insolvent companies or their liquidators, as well as implementing complex restructures.
We have acted in a number of high profile ground-breaking formal compromises between companies and their creditors, pooling arrangements, creditors’ trusts, re-capitalisations of listed entities and schemes of arrangement.
We will aggressively enforce your rights when financial distress has the potential to adversely impact on you.