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Taking the upside: considering alternative restructuring processes in 2020 and beyond

Australia - October 30 2020 Australia has posted a record fall in its GDP in 2020. At the same time, following a series of temporary measures introduced due to COVID-19...

Michael Catchpoole.

TGIF 5 June 2020: There is no voidance in delay: liquidator’s request for extension of time to bring voidable transaction proceedings refused

Australia - June 5 2020 This week’s TGIF considers the decision of In the matter of Cohalan & Mitchell Roofing (in liquidation) 2020 VSC 222, where the Supreme Court of...

TGIF 22 May 2020: Taxing times for the Deputy Commissioner: Federal Court rules that payments made under a DOCA were unfair preferences

Australia - May 22 2020 If payments to creditors are made “by, or under the authority of” a company’s administrators, then the Court cannot...

Craig Ensor, Felicity Healy.

TGIF 29 May 2020: “Not worth the wait” : Court orders DOCAs be terminated with deed funds remitted to liquidators.

Australia - May 22 2020 Court has ruled a director’s resolution to appoint liquidators valid despite an express prohibition in the DOCA....

James Lucek-Rowley, Michael Catchpoole, Craig Ensor, Felicity Healy, Kirsty Sutherland, Michael Kimmins, Mark Wilks, Sam Delaney.

TGIF 15 May 2020: Federal Court and administrators continue to adapt to a post-pandemic world

Australia - May 15 2020 The Federal Court has permitted administrators to give notice of creditors’ meetings electronically, and to hold creditors’ meetings and future...

Craig Ensor, Felicity Healy, Kirsty Sutherland.