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Mason Hayes & Curran was delighted to host a breakfast seminar for in-house counsel on Wednesday 17th November.

This was Mason Hayes and Curran's second Masterclass for In-House Counsel for 2010, the topic for the briefing was “Show me the Money: Challenges for In-House Counsel in Managing Insolvency Risks”.

In-House Counsel Event

Pictured from left to right: Neil Steen Barrister-at-law, Declan Black, Partner and Head of Litigation, Mason Hayes & Curran, Paul Egan, Partner and Chairman Corporate Department, Mason Hayes & Curran and. Emer Gilvarry, Managing Partner, Mason Hayes & Curran, who chaired the event.

The speakers’ topics were as follows:

Declan Black discussed the current trends in relation to Receiverships, Examinerships and Liquidations and what can be done to mitigate potential losses when they occur.

Paul Egan discussed directors’ and officers’ rights, obligations and liabilities in and prior to insolvency and how to deal with the substantial risks involved relating to these positions.

Neil Steen BL considered the various remedies available to creditors in seeking to maximise recovery from debtors with scarce resources and provided an insight into current trends in the Courts to include the Commercial Court.

The seminar concluded with an interactive Q&A session during which the speakers addressed a range of legal concerns arising across various organisations.

If you would like to discuss any aspect of this event or future events, please do not hesitate to contact Amie Hanley, Marketing Manager, Mason Hayes & Curran

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