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Insolvency Litigation 2018 Conference
12th September 2018
Our new one-day conference features a series of practical and topical areas which attract high levels of litigation and uniquely designed for insolvency practitioners, accountants and solicitors who practice in company, commercial and insolvency law.
The priority of this conference is to provide attendees with a comprehensive overview to many current insolvency litigation traps by outlining lessons learnt and giving practical solutions.
Chaired by Simeon Gilchrist, Partner at Edwin Coe
Simeon is a member of INSOL Europe, R3 and the French Chamber of Commerce as well as being ranked as a Leading Individual in the Chambers & Partners directory.
Session One - 9.30am
Latest cases (and ones to watch out for in early 2019) and hot current issues including Carillon.
Andrew Rose, 4 Stone Buildings (Click here for CV details)
Dividends paid out to shareholders pre-insolvency and dividends to be paid to creditors (and challenges to creditors’ claims).
David Mohyuddin QC, Three Stone Buildings (Click here for CV details)
Obtaining and using privileged documents,
Philip Marshall QC, Serle Court (Click here for CV details)
Bankruptcy, suspension, validation, exoneration and more,
Joe Wigley, 4 Stone Buildings (Click here for CV details)
Discussion on costs, case management and litigation tactics - followed by lunch at 13.00
Session Two 13.45 - 4.30pm
Recent cases on transactions at an undervalue
Catherine Addy QC, Maitland Chambers (Click here for CV details)
Pre-pack traps after Ve Vegas Investors IV LLC v Shinners and other cases
David Eaton Turner, New Square Chambers (Click here for CV details)
Directors’ duties, disqualifications and latest cases,
Catherine Doran, Radcliffe chambers (Click here for CV details)
To litigate or not litigate? Practicalities for IPs
Nicola Rushton QC, Hailsham Chambers (Click here for CV details)
4.30pm Questions and Close of Conference
If you missed our 2018 conference, you can still catch up on all the presentations and audio recordings.