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2017 Parramatta Forum Series

These topical learning and development sessions help restructuring, insolvency and turnaround professionals keep up to date with recent developments. The most popular format is the lunchtime forum, where delegates network over a light lunch, followed by a one–hour presentation by an esteemed member of the profession.

2017 Parramatta Forums

Date
Presenters
Topic
Registration
10 May To be confirmed To be confirmed Register now
13 September To be confirmed To be confirmed
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8 November To be confirmed To be confirmed
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Fees 

Single session

  • Member: $46 (inc GST)
  • Non-Member: $57 (inc GST)

Format

12.30 pm - Networking lunch

1.00 pm - Presentation

2.00 pm - Forum concludes

CPD/CLE

Each lecture qualifies for one CPD/CLE hour.

Past 2017 Forums

Date
Presenters
Topic
Presentation
1 March Bruce Gleeson, Principal, Jones Partners and Stephen Mullette, Principal, Matthews Folbigg Lawyers I’m a bankrupt, get me out of here! 
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Past 2016 Forums

Date 

Presenters

Topic 

Presentation  

9 November Leonard McCarthy, Special Counsel, K&L Gates 
Set-off in administration and liquidation
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14 September Richard Lyne, Special Counsel & David Edney, Senior Associate at Polczynski Lawyers Preferences – new pitfalls & how to avoid them  
13 July Suelen McCallum, dVT Group & Karina Ralston, Associate, Coleman Greig Lawyers
Bankruptcy and Family Law – oil and water still don’t mix!
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25 May Jim Johnson, Barrister, Frederick Jordan Chambers Remuneration issues for IPs   
2 March  Stephen Mullette, Principal & Jeff Brown, Director, MatthewsFolbigg Lawyers Get off the fence: The role of Insolvency Practitioners in termination applications
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