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Category: Restructuring & Insolvency

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Big news for struggling small businesses
Last week, the Federal Government announced proposed changes to corporate insolvency laws designed to help boost the survival rate of small businesses. The proposed changes would take effect from 1...
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COVID-19 CRISIS: CREDITOR’S STATUTORY DEMANDS – COURT DECISION POTENTIALLY CATASTROPHIC FOR CREDITORS.
In the current COVID-19 climate, with so many businesses facing hardship and insolvency, many businesses and individuals are looking for ways to recoup monies owed and keep their own businesses afloat despite the downturn in their debtor’s sectors
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Can I get paid now? The Pros and Cons of the proposed Insolvency Amendments in response to the COVID-19 Crisis
In order to combat what would seem to be a quick snatch and grab at debts, the Federal Government has announced as part of its stimulus package, that it proposes to make temporary changes to Australia’s insolvency laws to seek to combat and/or alleviate the impact the COVID-19 outbreak continues to have on individuals, businesses and significantly, the economy.
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How to protect the health of your business during the COVID-19 Crisis
In the same way that we are all looking to solutions to keep our society protected, there are special measures that many businesses can take to ensure that they ultimately remain solvent. Madison Marcus’ Head of Restructuring and Insolvency, Gerard Breen, has examined the rapidly developing situation for businesses and what measures they can take to ensure that they survive this crisis before calling in the administrators
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Restructuring your business to deal with a crisis.
In view of the recent bush fires and coronavirus (COVID-19) disruption to markets across the world, business owners need to reassess their short term and medium term restructuring needs.
Directors Beware ASIC and Liquidators enhanced new powers to combat Company Phoenixing
Directors Beware - ASIC and Liquidators have enhanced new powers to combat Company Phoenixing
Company Directors need to ensure that they are aware of and compliant with the new Illegal Phoenixing Laws that were introduced this week. The new phoenix offences will prohibit creditor-defeating dispositions of company property and penalise those who engage in or facilitate such dispositions and allow Liquidators and ASIC to recover such property.