Published on 09 Mar 05
by SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
Topics covered in this paper include:
- case study on preference to ATO
- liquidator's approach to preferences
- statutory defences
- funding of claims
- Section 222 AOE notices
- gathering evidence to establish claim
- recent cases.
Ray is the Partner in charge of corporate recovery and insolvency matters for Minter Ellison in South Australia. He has extensive experience over 20 years, in dealing with the whole spectrum of insolvency administrations, ranging from receiverships, workouts, liquidations, voluntary administrations and personal bankruptcies. Ray has managed litigation at every level in a wide variety of courts with over 20 years experience, principally in the Federal Court of Australia and the Supreme Court in Adelaide, Sydney and Melbourne. He acts for all the major banks and other regional banks advising on banking and finance litigation, securities and debt enforcement, insolvency appointments and commercial disputes. Ray regularly advises and acts for leading insolvency practitioners. He is a member of the Banking Law Association, the Insolvency Practitioners Association of Australia and an Associate of the Australian Institute of Credit Management. Ray is a Tutor at the Insolvency Practitioners Association of Australia Advanced Insolvency Course and the Facilitator of the Corporate Insolvency schedule, Practical Legal Training course for law graduates. He is also on the editorial panel for the Insolvency Law Bulletin.
Current at 9 February 2005
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