Restructuring and insolvency senior associate Alissa Crittenden has advised on a number of significant commercial and insolvency litigations. She recently co-led the Carpenter International matter, a legally and factually complex administration. This was a significant case that resulted in judicial pronouncements on previously unconsidered areas of intersection between insolvency and personal properties law. Crittenden is also part of the core team currently advising on the high-profile Nexus Energy administration. Clayton Utz acted for the deed administrators in their application to transfer all of the issued shares in the company under a relatively untested provision of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth).
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