Finding effective solutions to insolvency and restructuring issues not only requires specialised knowledge of complex insolvency law but also a clear understanding of the commercial drivers in play when insolvency strikes.
We advise insolvency professionals, financial institutions, businesses, directors and business owners on all aspects of insolvency law. Our combined experience in representing clients across the spectrum of contentious and non-contentious insolvency issues allows us to provide our clients with tailored, focused advice to achieve pragmatic, commercial solutions.
Voidable transactions and charges
Recovery of company assets and debts
Priority issues between creditors’ claims
Security interests and the Personal Property Securities Act (PPSA)
Enforcing security interests under the PPSA and the Property Law Act
Finance facility proposals and complex restructurings
Creditor compromises and schemes
Rights and duties of liquidators and receivers
Directors’ duties and liability
Credit risk management
Insolvency and restructuring experience
Representing a secured creditor in the contentious appointment of receivers, involving a complex priority dispute between multiple secured parties.
Advising a debt-exposed credit supplier on increased security options and credit risk management.
Representing a large creditor in High Court proceedings challenging a shareholder’s appointment of liquidators.
Representing liquidators and creditors in voidable transaction claims, including claims involving running account issues and the statutory good faith defence.
Advising a food manufacturer on the enforcement of an inventory and proceeds security as a creditor in possession.
Representing a goods supplier in High Court proceedings involving issues over the marshalling of securities and the Personal Property Securities Act.
Advising receivers in relation to priority issues between a GSA holder, a debt factoring financier and a PMSI supplier.
Advising liquidators in connection with contentious procedural issuing arising at a creditors’ meeting.
Successfully defending a director in proceedings under the Companies Act for insolvent trading.
While our offices are closed for the time being, we are fully open for business. We have robust systems and are able to work anywhere. You can get in touch with your usual Jackson Russell contact in the usual ways. Office phones have been redirected to mobile numbers. We are using video conferencing and other technologies such as Zoom to ensure that the level and quality of support you receive will remain unchanged.
Level 13, The AIG Building, 41 Shortland Street,
Auckland 1010, New Zealand