Walking the Tightrope: The Balancing Act with Statutory Demands

September 9, 2015 Over the years we’ve dealt with a number of creditors’ statutory demands. The trajectory taken in each case has differed markedly, depending (as always) on the particular facts, but also the resources of the creditor, the solvency of the company at any given time, and the personal attitudes and outlook of the […]

The Plight of the Phoenix: Rising from the Ashes of Corporate Collapse

August 6, 2015 Since ASIC launched its tirade on illegal “phoenix” companies and activity in late 2013, we have been involved in a number of cases involving either direct allegations of phoenix activity or a fear of such on the part of company directors. In the vast majority of cases, what we see is not […]