Kim practices in dispute resolution & litigation with a particular focus on insolvency, complex commercial disputes, and class actions.
In insolvency related matters, she regularly acts on behalf of insolvency practitioners advising on all matters arising in the administration or liquidation of the Company, and has conducted applications to Court for directions, undertaken liquidators’ examinations, prosecuted proceedings against directors, advisors and other third parties on behalf of the insolvent company, and defended proceedings, including class actions, brought by investors and other creditors.
In respect to complex commercial disputes, she has acted for both plaintiffs and defendants in relation to breach of contract, negligence, misleading and deceptive conduct, oppression and breach of director duties cases.
She has acted for defendants in large-scale class actions which have involved management of significant volumes of discovery, conducting witness interviews and preparing lay witness statements, briefing experts, bringing and defending interlocutory applications, including appeals, and extensive trial experience.
Kim has been recognised by Best Lawyers in the category of Insolvency and Reorganisation Law and Litigation since 2017. She has also been recommended for commercial litigation and dispute resolution in the 2021 Doyle’s Guide.
Kim has acted in a range of matters, including:
05 May 2021 - Knowledge
The Federal Government has foreshadowed further changes to Australia’s insolvency laws. These changes build on the raft of measures introduced over the previous year.
10 February 2021 - Knowledge
#Superannuation, Funds Management & Financial Services, #Dispute Resolution & Litigation
The High Court has clarified what constitutes personal financial product advice in an important decision for the financial services industry and retail consumers.
26 May 2020 - Knowledge
#Corporate Restructuring and Insolvency, #Dispute Resolution & Litigation, #Property, Planning & Development, #COVID-19
In two recent decisions, the Federal Court has allowed administrators to continue to occupy leased premises rent-free for an extra month. Should landlords be worried that this trend will continue? Whilst the decisions were undoubtedly made in the extraordinary circumstances of COVID-19, it is not difficult to see a precedent being established with similar orders being made more frequently in the future.
20 May 2020 - Knowledge
#Dispute Resolution & Litigation, #COVID-19
A recent ACCC penalty against BUPA is a timely warning against fees for no service in the post-COVID era.
16 Feb 21 to 07 Dec 21
Holding Redlich is pleased to invite you to our webinar series designed for port and terminal owners and operators. These webinars will provide insights on the current trends and issues that matter to you. Now more than ever ports are vital nodes in an increasingly complex web of trade routes that span the globe. COVID 19 is forcing most of us to reconsider how we do things, and ports are no exceptions. This series will look at how Australian ports might navigate the challenges and opportunities posed by 2020, and how 2021 might be their most interesting year ever.
20 Apr 21 to 23 Nov 21
Holding Redlich is pleased to invite you to our 2021 Queensland Government webinar series which we have tailored specifically for lawyers working within Queensland Government departments, statutory bodies and authorities and government-owned corporations in Queensland. These monthly seminars will offer you insights, updates and practical tips from our experts on topics which we consider to be particularly relevant for lawyers acting in the Queensland public sector this year.