How To Restrict The Movements And Lending Capacity Of Your Debtors | Erin Prout

Webinar Description:

There is nothing worse than having a customer or supplier that owes you money and seeing them live it up! In this webinar we will discuss how to restrict their movements and lending capacity through bankruptcy and insolvency. You will learn how the process works and the strict consequences of bankruptcy and insolvency – some of which last a lifetime.

Speaker Bio:

Erin is an experienced litigator and commercial lawyer. She practices across a range of commercial matters, however, her specialty is litigating and resolving contractual disputes and debt recovery. Erin prides herself on her commercial nous and acknowledging that a resolution must be tailored to address the parties’ ongoing relationship, amount in dispute and underlying interests. Erin is also an integral part of our commercial practice, which focuses on drafting business agreements. Ensuring that these agreements are strong and that her clients implement good practices are key for Erin to assist her clients in being proactive to avoid the need for dispute resolution altogether.

Date

Tue 12 Apr 2022
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Time

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

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Location

ONLINE

Venue

Online
Victory Offices

Organizer

Victory Offices
Email
events@victoryoffices.com.au
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Speaker

  • Erin Prout
    Erin Prout

    Erin Prout is an experienced litigator and commercial lawyer. She practices across a range of commercial matters, however, her specialty is litigating and resolving contractual disputes and debt recovery.

    Erin prides herself on her commercial nous and acknowledging that a resolution must be tailored to address the parties’ ongoing relationship, amount in dispute and underlying interests. Erin is also an integral part of our commercial practice, which focuses on drafting business agreements.

    Ensuring that these agreements are strong and that her clients implement good practices are key for Erin to assist her clients in being proactive to avoid the need for dispute resolution altogether.

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