Insolvency Update with Chris Beanland

Event Details

Course Code: S3853
Speaker: Chris Beanland
Specialisations: Company & Commercial, Civil Litigation,
Venue: Liverpool Law Society, 2nd Floor, Helix, Edmund Street, Liverpool, L3 9NY
Date: Friday, 12 January, 2018
Time: 13:30 - 16:45

Members Price: £105
Non Members Price: £150
Training Season Ticket: Free

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Event Description

This course provides practitioners with a practical update on insolvency law developments over the last year. The course is aimed at both contentious and non-contentious lawyers and will give attendees practical pointers to use in their practice. The course will cover:

·         The Insolvency Rules 2016 and any cases interpreting the new rules

·         Undrawn pensions and income payments orders: Horton v Henry [2016] EWCA Civ 989

·         Power under s.375 to review a bankruptcy order: Sands v Layne [2016] EWCA Civ 1159

·         Effect of lack of mental capacity on a IVA: Fehily v Atkinson [2016] EWHC 3069

·         Suspension of discharge of bankruptcy: Harris v Official Receiver [2016] EWHC 3433

·         Does the benefit of a car finance agreement vest in a trustee in bankruptcy? Mikki v Duncan [2016] EWCA Civ 1312

·         The new SIP 15 on creditors’ committees

·         s.216 Insolvency Act and insolvent partnerships: Re Newton’s Coaches Ltd [2016] EWHC 3068

·         Challenging a winding up petition out of time: Preston v Green [2016] EWHC 2322

·         Appointment of administrators: Randhawa v Turpin [2016] EWHC 2156

 ·         Application by former administrator to appoint administrator in capacity as creditor: Stares v Elgin Legal Ltd  [2016] EWHC 2523

 To help you in keeping a record of your learning and development activity in relation to the Competence Statement, the following table sets out which competencies are addressed in this course.



A Ethics, professionalism and judgement

A2 Maintain the level of competence and legal knowledge needed to practise effectively, taking into account changes in their role and/or practice context and developments in the law

A4 Draw on a sufficient detailed knowledge and understanding of their field(s) of work and role in order to practise effectively

A5 Apply understanding, critical thinking and analysis to solve problems

B Technical legal practice

B3 Develop and advise on relevant options, strategies and solutions

B4 Draft documents which are legally effective and accurately reflect the client's instructions

B6 Negotiate solutions to clients' issues

B7 Plan, manage and progress legal cases and transactions

Chris Beanland qualified in 1992 with Eversheds, where he continued to practise in the Insolvency Department for a number of years. 

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