In the seminar, Claire Corkish will explore what these Orders are, their purpose and their differences, before moving on to consider when and how you or your clients may be impacted and what you should do in the circumstances. Can you continue to administer the entities? Can you be paid? To include the circumstances in which you may be able to obtain a variation or discharge of the Order, together with some practical tips and considerations.
Claire Corkish is an experienced litigator within the Dispute Resolution department. She has over 15 years’ experience in a broad range of commercial litigation matters. In particular, she advises on injunctive relief, search and disclosure orders, cross border mutual legal assistance actions (including anti-suit injunctions), jurisdictional issues, fund disputes, regulatory and insolvency matters. Claire also advises and appears on behalf of clients in high profile take over and transfer schemes.
Since qualifying in November 2009, Claire has appeared before the Isle of Man High Court (at first instance and appellate levels) on a variety of contentious litigation matters. Claire also has significant experience in representing clients at mediation and joint settlement meetings.
Claire is ranked a ‘Next Generation Partner’ in Legal 500 UK 2023 and was ranked as an ‘Up and Coming’ lawyer in Chambers UK 2022, in Dispute Resolution. Sources describe Claire as “very hard-working, smart and energetic”.
If you’d like to attend the seminar, please reserve a ticket on the ACSP event page here.