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Association of Independent Insolvency Practitioners’ Third National Insolvency Conference

“Are you ready to rumble” in the insolvency jungle was the opening question at the Association of Independent Insolvency Practitioners conference at the Hyatt Hotel in Canberra on 23-24 June 2022 and those two days …

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INSOLVENCY AND RELATED LAW AND POLICY, AND MORE
Michael Murray is an Australian author and commentator on corporate and personal insolvency law and related issues, in Australia and internationally. He has a strong law and policy background, is independent of any connections, and his views are his own. He gives no legal advice.

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