The Holding DOCA and COVID-19 – Advising your client in distress
Start time 27 Apr 2021 12:00pm (Australia - Melbourne)
End time 27 Apr 2021 1:00pm (Australia - Melbourne)
Location Live Stream Only
Speaker Presented by: Katherine Payne, Partner, Hall & Wilcox and Alexandra Lane, Lawyer, Hall & Wilcox
Catering Not included
Designed for Legal practitioners
Product Code S21136
CPD Points:

Substantive Law: 1.0
$116.00
(includes GST)

The Holding DOCA and COVID-19 – Advising your client in distress

1.0
27 Apr 2021 12:00pm - 27 Apr 2021 1:00pm (Australia - Melbourne)
Live Stream Only

April CPD Sale 20% Off Price – $116 (RRP $145) - Sale ends 30 April 2021 

The ongoing risks and impact of COVID19 are uncertain and it may be difficult to advise your client with regard to their business given the current economic landscape.  This seminar will discuss the option of the Holding DOCA and whether this is a viable turnaround tactic for your client during this time. This session will also include:

  • What is a Holding DOCA and what we learnt from the Mighty River (Mighty River International Ltd v Hughes (2018) HCA 38) case;
  • The Advantages of a Holding DOCA
  • Is the Holding DOCA right for your client and can it save your client’s business;
  • Considering Creditors’ interests;
  • The requirements of the Holding DOCA explained;

Other options available for your client – Voluntary Administration, DOCAS, Informal Restructuring, Liquidation.

Presented by: Katherine Payne, Partner, Hall & Wilcox

and

Alexandra Lane, Lawyer, Hall & Wilcox