• October 2019

  • Thursday, 17 October 2019
    17 Oct 2019 9:00am - 17 Oct 2019 1:30pm (Australia - Melbourne)
    Leo Cussen Centre for Law, Level 16, 15 William Street, Melbourne

    This conference provides an in-depth analysis of several key issues facing Insolvency practitioners as follows:

    Insolvency and Employee Entitlements 

    This session outlines the treatment of employee entitlements on liquidation, depending on the company structure post recent cases, and covers:

    • Companies trading as trustees, or in their own right; 
    • Carter Holt Harvey Wood Products Australia Pty Ltd v Commonwealth [2019] HCA ('the Amerind Case');
    • Queensland Nickel Refinery; and
    • Fair Entitlements Guarantee (FEG)

    Conflicts of Interest and Liquidators 

    This session looks at Liquidators Duties particularly in regard to the following:

    • Conflicts of interest and Liquidators acting as liquidator in multiple related company structures, including wholly owned subsidiaries; and
    • Setting the criteria to adequately address the potential problem of acting with a conflict of interest - Go Energy Group Ltd (in liquidation) [2019] NSWSC

    Voluntary Administration 

    This session covers:

    • Deeds of Company Arrangement post Australia of Mighty River International Limited v Hughes, Mighty River International Limited v Mineral Resources Limited [2018] HCA;
    • Validity of a Holding DOCA;
    • Challenging and setting aside a DOCA;
    • The Courts powers to set aside; and
    • Voluntary Administrators, Costs and Equitable Liens Re GGA Lifestyle Pty Ltd (administrators appointed) ; ex parte Woodhouse [2019] WASC

    Directors including Successive Directors Duties Update  

    This session covers recent cases dealing with directors obligations to provide records to a liquidator. The session will cover:

    • Financial records, obligations and defences on liquidation;
    • Successive directors defences; and
    • In the matter of substance Technologies pty ltd [2019] NSWSC

    Use of Privileged Material by the ATO and Others in Pursuing Enquiries of Restructured Companies - Is It Ok? 

    This session will cover:

    • Cases dealing with the question of whether privileged or unlawfully acquired material can be used in enquiries or proceedings brought by the ATO;
    • Glencore International AG and Ors v Commissioner of Taxation of the Cth of Australia and Ors

     

    4.0
    $490.00
  • Friday, 25 October 2019
    25 Oct 2019 9:00am - 25 Oct 2019 4:30pm (Australia - Melbourne)
    Leo Cussen Centre for Law, Level 16, 15 William Street, Melbourne

    Early bird price available until Friday 27 September: $695 (incl. GST)

    Full Price: $750 (incl. GST)

    Case Update and Litigation Trends 

    This session will cover significant recent cases covering issues including:

    • TPD Claims;
    • Income Protection Claims;
    • Death Benefit Claims;
    • Notional Estate Claims;
    • Class actions.

    Presented by: Hayriye Uluca, Senior Associate, Maurice Blackburn Lawyers

    New Developments in Superannuation Law 

    • This session will examine the impact of changes brought in by the Federal Government Protecting Your Super Package Act on 1 July 2019;
    • Treasury Laws Amendment (2018 Superannuation Measure No 1) Bill 2018 - Proposed Superannuation Guarantee Amnesty;
    • ASIC Update - Lifting Standards and Transparency of Complaints Handling;
    • ATO Update - Superannuation and Leave Loading.

    APRA Update 

    • Prudential Standard 234 Information Security in force 1 July 2019 - Implementing the ‘New Standard’;
    • Update on IOOF v APRA.

    Advertising, Forecasting, Disclosure, Inducements 

    Crossing the line into Misleading and Deceptive Conduct. This session will address the risks and consequences when Funds cross the line.

    Hot Topics - Hear from a Panel! 

    • Elder and Family Financial Abuse - Use of Instruments including Powers of Attorney and unauthorised access to superannuation funds;
    • Conflict of Duty - Acting in the best interests of members and stakeholders;
    • Trustee Duties and Discretions / Reasons;
    • Productivity Commission Inquiry Report -Superannuation: Assessing Efficiency and Competitiveness.

    Presented by: Paul Faure, Partner, Holding Redlich

    Trustee Responsibilities and Overpayments 

    This session will discuss:

    • Recovery of overpayments on claims;
    • Can professional indemnity insurance apply;
    • Settlement of claims;
    • Defences to claims.

     

    6.0
    $695.00
    Early Bird Price Available - Expires 27 September2019!