Insolvency Law CPD – Course Overview
Insolvency Law generally deals with the insolvency of businesses, that is, the inability for them to pay their debts. Insolvency generally refers to corporate insolvency although it does theoretically cover individuals. In practice individual insolvency is referred to as bankruptcy.
Insolvency Law is constantly developing and insolvency case law is an area that insolvency practitioners need to be current in terms of knowledge. Insolvency law CPD training provides a wide range of relevant courses to keep you informed of all developments while also helping you to gain those much needed CPD hours.
Insolvency Law CPD Courses
Directors Liabilities on Insolvency – Seminar – CPD hours 3
This seminar covers the extent to which directors are at risk when their companies enter into financial problems and examines the risks of actions such as being sued by creditors, disqualification and also looks at the areas of fraudulent and wrongful trading.
This seminar covers fraudulent and wrongful trading, and what exactly the liquidator must prove in the event of insolvency. It also looks at partial disqualification and whether a disqualified director can ever be a partner as well as the grounds for and procedure on disqualification along with an explanation of the measure of liability and the appeal process.
Insolvency Law Update - The New Rules & More – Seminar – CPD hours 3
This intensive half-day seminar will closely examine the New Rules that came into play in early 2012. It looks at these changes with general legal and procedural developments as a back drop and also looks at how the matrimonial home can be affected as well as which debts are not wiped out by insolvency.
The seminar focuses on the impact of the Insolvency (Amendment) Rules 2010 and the increase in the number of personal insolvencies as well as highlighting how the matrimonial home is affected by insolvency. It covers the impending expansion of CVAs and the potential effect this will have as well as other legislation on cases of insolvency and directors’ liabilities, preferences and undervalues.
Harmonising EU Insolvency Law – Podcast – CPD hours 1
This Insolvency Law CPD podcast addresses the recent progress with regards to the harmonisation of EU insolvency law. Examining the pros and cons of cross-border insolvency regimes the podcast continues to discuss the INSOL Europe report and compares the differences in opening an insolvency proceeding in each member state.
If you are taking this course, then you will be able to appreciate the many benefits of having a cross-border insolvency regime but also recognise how the differing European insolvency regimes could pose problems to the harmonisation process.
You will be conversant with the issues raised in the INSOL Europe report and aware of how each member state has a different procedural handling of opening and managing insolvency.
Creditor ranking varies in each member state and attendees will be aware of the issues arising from this situation as well as the major issues that can complicate the harmonisation of insolvency.
International Insolvency Proceedings – Recording/Webinar – CPD hours 1.5
This interesting recording covers insolvency proceedings involving a cross-border aspect and is aimed at helping insolvency specialists and litigators gain a deeper understanding of how the process differs from what they are used to dealing with.
This recording provides an overview of COMI and the Insolvency Regulation in addition to an examination of how far reaching English insolvency law is territorially. It looks at case law relating to the Cross Border Insolvency Regulations 2006 with special attention to the Larsen v Navios (2011) case.
Finding the Best CPD Courses
Insolvency Law CPD courses are available in a number of convenient formats including classroom-based short courses or seminars and online webinars. Locating the right CPD courses for your requirements should be an easy process provided that you use a reputable CPD course provider.