Corporate Insolvency & Bankruptcy
We include amongst our clients liquidators, administrators, receivers and financiers who regularly seek us out for advice on a wide range of corporate insolvency matters.
Our insolvency experience includes assisting liquidators and administrators to recover company assets including investigating director and related-party conduct and prosecuting voidable transactions, examination proceedings, creditor and securities recovery including insolvent trading proceedings, voluntary administration and liquidations.
We also act for trustees in bankruptcy and regularly advise creditors of insolvency risk minimisation strategies in the current landscape of phoenix activity.
A matter of great pride to us is our partner and lawyer engagement and leadership in practitioner committees such as the Women in Insolvency and Restructuring Victoria (WIRV), which champions issues of women’s rights and equality in the insolvency industry.
Why Kalus Kenny Intelex?
Our approach is proactive and personal. We make a point of understanding your business and the sensitivity and commercial context of your dispute before crafting a case strategy.
Litigation demystified. The complexities and pitfalls of litigation can be daunting. We make it our job to break down those barriers and develop a strategy in consultation with you that fits your commercial objectives.
The right tech for the job. We embrace the technology demands of the business world, including e-discovery review platforms and document exchange for major litigation.
We back you by backing ourselves. Your legal advice shouldn’t be hard to understand. We make a point of difference by giving clear recommendations at every step of the way, drawn from our 25 years of experience as negotiators and dispute resolution practitioners.
A different type of Litigation lawyer.
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From our Knowledge Base
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