Ideal for legal practitioners who require a quick CPD fix, our insolvency law courses are delivered in the form of online recorded webinars which can be accessed using any internet connected device for a period of 12-months from the date of purchase.
Combining a mixture of informative bite-size sessions such as Insolvency Rules - Statutory Amendments December 2017, in which Rachel Coyle of The 36 Group discusses the ambiguities and errors created by the implementation of secondary legislation in December 2017, and more traditional 1-hour sessions dealing with topics such as acting for directors during corporate insolvency matters, the insolvency law courses which we offer are varied in nature and are suitable for both newly qualified practitioners and those with several years PQE.
Datalaw are pleased to offer several insolvency law courses delivered by expert insolvency practitioner Stephen Allinson, who in addition to having his own consultancy practice at Lester Aldridge Solicitors, is the Chairman of the Joint Insolvency Examination Board and the Deputy Independent Examiner of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries.
One of Stephen’s most popular insolvency law courses is Debt Collecting Through Insolvency which furnishes viewers with advice on how to handle individual and corporate statutory demands, how to avoid challenges in this area and the possible outcomes and consequences of a compulsory liquidation hearing for your client. Guidance will also be offered in respect of case law, practice and procedure including cost consequences if your proceedings are challenged.
Other insolvency law course highlights include Individual Insolvency - Bankruptcy Restrictions Orders which outlines how the bankruptcy restrictions regime works and the grounds for making a BRO, along with detailed guidance on how viewers can make a BRO in practice to ensure that you feel confident when advising clients regarding individual insolvency.
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