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Practical Guidance Insolvency

Practical Guidance Insolvency is a 'how-to' resource for lawyers navigating the new regime of insolvency administration processes brought about by the commencement of the Insolvency Law Reform Act 2016. This resource will prove to be useful as it guides lawyers through the tasks related to pre-insolvency appointment, administration, liquidation and receivership.

 

The module provides step-by-step guidance and best practice advice supported by on-point cases, legislation, checklists, forms and precedents, tools and trusted LexisNexis deep research materials.

 

Experienced insolvency practitioners can use Practical Guidance to increase efficiency in preparing the foundational work of a matter, allowing them to spend billing time focusing on the strategy and value add for the client. Junior practitioners can use the module to gain expert insight into unfamiliar areas of law – with overviews, guidance notes, precedents and checklists, Practical Guidance Insolvency helps ensure your bases are covered.

Inclusions

 Key

Features

  • 20+ precedents
  • 50+ subtopics with overviews
  • 80+ legislative references
  • 50+ guidance notes
  • 20+ checklists

 

Topics

Covered

  • Pre-Insolvency Appointment
  • Liquidation
  • Administration
  • Receivership
  • Schemes of arrangement
  • Cross border insolvency proceedings

 

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Together with the Governance Institute of Australia, the LexisNexis Practical Guidance team have developed a white paper that tackles this issue.

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