‘Challenges to IVAs and the recent case of Re Rossi’ and ‘Back in Business? Presenting and restraining winding-up petitions’

A Junior Programme: Insolvency webinar on ‘Challenges to IVAs and the recent case of Re Rossi’ and ‘Back in Business? Presenting and restraining winding-up petitions’ presented by Andrew Brown and Daniel Thorpe.

Challenges to IVAs and the recent case of Re Rossi
In the current environment there is likely to be an increased use of IVAs by individuals seeking to avoid bankruptcy, and a corresponding desire by some creditors to challenge those IVAs. This talk will examine how an IVA can be challenged, and the recent case of Re Rossi which concerned an attempt to challenge an IVA meeting and the conduct of the insolvency practitioner as the nominated supervisor.
Please find the slides attached, here.

Back in Business? Presenting and restraining winding-up petitions
Now that COVID is behind us and the shackles of CIGA 2020 have (mostly) fallen away, winding-up petitions – and applications to restrain their presentation and advertisement – are appearing more regularly again. This talk will go back to basics and consider the most important things to remember when presenting or responding to a petition.
Please find the slides attached, here.

Junior Programme events are aimed at recently qualified lawyers and consist of an hour long webinar covering topical issues such as recent case law. The webinars will however provide a helpful refresher for more experienced practitioners and we welcome all of those who are interested in joining.

A recording of the webinar is available on our YouTube channel, here.

Please email events@radcliffechambers.com if you have any questions.

Recorded Thursday 30 May 2022