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Accredited Specialists Breakfast with the Experts – Business Law & Commercial Litigation

Accredited Specialists Breakfast with the Experts – Business Law & Commercial Litigation

Date & TimeThursday 27 June 2019 7.30–9am
Format Seminar, Webcast
Price

Member

$88.00

Non-Member

$121.00

CPD Units 1.5
  • Substantive Law
Venue LIV, Level 13, 140 William Street, Melbourne View Map

PPSA: The complexities from all angles with Lionel Meehan and Graeme Scott

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Business law and commercial litigation specialists, share your breakfast with eminent PPSA experts, Lionel Meehan and Graeme Scott as they explore some of the technical, and often complex, issues encountered by practitioners when dealing with the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth).

Further Details

  • Full Description

    Business law and commercial litigation specialists, share your breakfast with eminent PPSA experts, Lionel Meehan and Graeme Scott as they explore some of the technical, and often complex issues, encountered by practitioners when dealing with the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth).

    Topics explored will include:

    • PPS Leases in commercial practice
    • Registrations to perfect security interests
    • Defective registrations
    • Purchase money security interests (PMSIs)
    • Trusts and the PPSA – trusts as grantors, and certain aspects of the insolvency administration of trusts

     

    As with all of our Breakfast with the Experts events, attending this session will give you the opportunity to submit ‘questions on notice’ prior to the session and participate in an extended Q&A/discussion with Lionel and Graeme.  Both practitioners have an impressive practice in this area and Lionel is the author of “The PPS Guide”, so you really can’t have better authorities on the matter!  Both of our speakers are happy to answer any questions on the day, making this a valuable event for any senior practitioner who encounters the PPSA in their practice.
    Please be reminded that you can attend this event in person or via webinar.

  • Learning Outcomes

    Attending this breakfast will:

    • build on your specialist knowledge in the key areas of registrations, purchase money security interests (PMSIs), and the grant and administration of security interests involving trusts
    • give you the opportunity to submit questions on notice prior to the event, and/or participate in an extended Q&A/discussion group with leading PPSA experts, Lionel Meehan and Graeme Scott
  • Speakers

    Lionel Meehan
    Partner – Restructuring, Insolvency and Special Situations
    Ashurst

    ​Lionel specialises in banking, restructuring and insolvency law and has extensive experience in security issues under the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth) (PPSA). 

    He consults to industry bodies on the impact of the PPSA, especially to the investment, restructuring and insolvency industries, has conducted numerous seminars on the PPSA Australia-wide. 

    He is the author of The PPS Guide, a hard cover text available on this legislation and is recognised as one of the leading educators and practicing lawyers in this area of Australian finance law.

    Graeme Scott
    Special Counsel
    Hall & Wilcox

    Graeme has a broad practice in commercial dispute resolution, conducting small to complex litigation in the Supreme and Federal Courts, and mediation.  He works with leading insolvency practitioners acting in their capacities as liquidators, receivers and administrators of insolvent or ‘at risk’ companies.

    Graeme has a keen interest in the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth) (PPSA) and has presented to a range of professional associations, accountants, insolvency practitioners and clients on the practical implications of the PPSA.

    Graeme also advises on the full suite of intellectual property rights in their protection, enforcement, and commercialisation.

    Chair:

    TBC