Enforcing Judgements 1: Knowledge is Power - Cash is King
Course ID ID16048_LIT
This seminar will consider some specific debt recovery methods and identify relevant practical considerations when determining the relevant enforcement method. Topics to be discussed include:
- enforcement hearings
- enforcement warrants
- calculating interest
- garnishee proceedings
- tax implications of bad debts
- liability of directors
- overseas judgements.
Prior to purchase please see the information below for system requirements.
College of Law Alumni and Law Society Members receive a 10% discount on the price.
Full Price $120.00
Alumni/Member Price $108.00
01 April 2016
30 June 2017
About This Course
This seminar complies with the mandatory requirement of either Professional Skills or Practice Management and Business Skills.
Jordan is a Senior Associate in the Corporate Recovery and Dispute Resolution team and specialises in Insolvency and Commercial Litigation. Jordan advises Companies, Company Directors and Insolvency Practitioners in all aspects of external administrations. He also has experience in general commercial litigation including trade practices matters, contractual disputes and debt recovery. His recent experience includes:
- Acting for liquidators in the winding up of a managed investment scheme and the scheme’s responsible entity with assets up to $108 million;
- Negotiating workout agreements with developers and financiers of partially completed construction projects.
- Conduct of guarantor proceedings against borrowers in default of loan agreements up to and including $26.5 million in value;
- Preparation and conduct of Public Examinations in the Federal Court of Australia;
- Advising and litigating shareholder disputes within companies and advising on winding up of those companies on just and equitable grounds and buy out options
- Advising multinational entities in respect of debt recovery proceedings ; and
- Advising clients on their rights pursuant to the Personal Property Securities Act.
Please check the technical requirements for accessing this online seminar contained here.
Once registered we will send you the access information you will need to log on to our Learning Portal from where you will be able to view the seminar.