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To adjourn, or not to adjourn - Applications by administrators to adjourn winding up applications

Australia - June 29 2017 It is not uncommon for administrators to be appointed in the period between a company being served with a creditor’s winding up application and the…

David Mason, Rena Solomonidis

Peak Indebtedness Peaking Again? Special leave sought for High Court appeal

Australia - July 30 2021 On 10 May and 24 June 2021, the Full Court of the Federal Court delivered unanimous judgments in Badenoch Integrated Logging Pty Ltd v Bryant, in…

Ben Bishop, Pravin Aathreya

A solution to the problem of multiplicity: consolidation of the allianz class action proceedings

Australia - October 7 2021 Fuller v Allianz; Wilkinson v Allianz [2021] VSC 581 The plaintiffs in two competing class actions relating to car dealer “add-on” insurance have…

Morgan Nunan, Rena Solomonidis

Peak Indebtedness: In the Gunn

Australia - May 31 2021 In a significant decision delivered on 10 May 2021, in which JWS acts for the plaintiff liquidators of the Gunns Group, the Full Federal Court in…

Ben Bishop, Pravin Aathreya, Lachlan Prider

Guidance on group costs orders for Victorian class actions

Australia - September 20 2021 The first determination of an application seeking a ‘group costs order’ (GCO) was unsuccessful for the plaintiffs in two flex commission class…

Morgan Nunan, Rena Solomonidis