Some thinking about insolvency pre-packs, panels and more

In a newspaper article of 20 April 2020* promoting a new ‘restructuring business’, some ‘new thinking’ is offered on changes

Major insolvency reforms for the UK – elements of US Ch 11 and schemes

The UK government has announced[1] major insolvency law reforms that would significantly advance the flexibility required for restructuring financially troubled

One pre-packaged insolvency – coming up

An option for a quick resolution of an insolvent business is its quick pre-packaged exit, and transfer of assets to

What’s up, or on, in insolvency, early in 2018?

The following commentary on submissions due, events and conferences, professional standards, international and local, hearings and case law*, all in

Prepacks – useful for law and accounting firms going under?

ASIC was recently asked in parliament for its views on “prepacks”, or pre-packaged insolvency administrations, with understandably cautious responses given.

Pre-packaged insolvencies – new English standards from 1 December 2016

Australia’s law reform aversion to pre-packaged insolvencies – “pre-packs” – compares with a process of their cautious acceptance and continual