Topic: Considerations for directors post Debut Homes, Mainzeal and COVID
Between appellate Court decisions in Debut Homes and Mainzeal as well as the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the last two years have provided significant food for thought for company directors. Chapman Tripp will address what company directors ought to be considering in that context, as well as the prospect of potential law reform and what that may look like.
Michael Harper, Partner at Chapman Tripp
Michael is one of New Zealand’s experienced restructuring and insolvency advisors and co-leads the Restructuring & Insolvency team. Focusing solely on restructuring and insolvency, he brings an unrivalled depth of knowledge and expertise to any distressed situation. For more than 15 years Michael has acted for all of the major New Zealand banks, significant insolvency practitioners, distressed companies, distressed debt and special situations participants, and acquirers of distressed assets and directors.
Janko Marcetic, Senior Associate at Chapman Tripp
Janko advises clients on a variety of commercial disputes, with a particular focus on restructuring and insolvency. He has experience advising insolvency practitioners on complex issues arising in the course of receivership, liquidation and administration, including claims against directors and third parties by insolvency practitioners. Janko has also acted for directors of companies facing both civil claims and regulatory charges. He has appeared as counsel in the District Court, High Court and Court of Appeal.
Wed, 11 May 2022
Presentation 4:30pm – 5:30pm
Networking 5:30pm – 7:00pm
Level 34, PwC Tower,
15 Customs Street West
Complimentary for RITANZ Members
Chartered Accountants ANZ Members $40.00 plus GST
Law Society Members $40.00 plus GST
NZCFI Members $40.00 plus GST
Standard (casual attendance) $50.00 plus GST
How to register:
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