Kim is a partner in the firm's Dispute Resolution and Litigation practice, based in Melbourne.
Kim has extensive experience in insolvency, having acted for insolvency practitioners on some of Australia’s largest corporate collapses. She regularly advises insolvency practitioners, directors and creditors on all aspects arising out of insolvency situations including Safe Harbour, ipso facto, asset realisation, recovery proceedings and remuneration. She has particular experience in relation to the complexities arising out of insolvent trusts and managed investment schemes.
Kim also specialises in commercial disputes, including class actions, professional negligence, misrepresentation, oppression proceedings and contractual disputes, as well as investigations and proceedings in relation to competition and consumer protection. Kim works with clients to achieve their strategic objectives through the application of the most appropriate dispute resolution approach, while maintaining a commercial focus.
Kim regularly acts for companies and individuals in ASIC investigations and prosecutions, including advising in respect of compliance with notices issued under s33 of the ASIC Act and evidence at s19 examinations.
Kim was recognised as a “Rising Star in Litigation & Dispute Resolution in Australia” in the 2016 Doyle's Guide and has been recommended in Best Lawyers in Insolvency and Reorganisation Law since 2017 and in Litigation since 2018.
Kim has a wide range of experience both in Australia and overseas, including:
19 June 2019 - Knowledge
#Dispute Resolution & Litigation
A narrow majority of the High Court has dismissed an appeal by ASIC, finding that a general store owner’s informal ‘book-up’ system that supplied credit to Anangu customers in South Australia’s APY Lands was not unconscionable.
26 March 2019 - Knowledge
#Dispute Resolution & Litigation, #Corporate & Commercial Law
The news that IOOF’s CFO has secured separate legal representation to that of his company in Australian Prudential Regulation Authority’s action against five IOOF directors and executives has delivered an important reminder to all senior executives
29 Jan 20
Holding Redlich would like to invite you to join us for a special procurement seminar, Government procurement – climate change considerations in sustainable procurement decision making on the evening of Wednesday 29 January 2020, starting at 6:00 pm.
11 Feb 20 - Brisbane
This seminar will help you understand your obligations as part of the Modern Slavery supply chain, and provide practical guidance on what changes should be made to contracts, tender documentation and policies to achieve Modern Slavery compliance.
11 Feb 20 to 10 Nov 20 - Brisbane
This series will equip you with the knowledge and tools to buy and/or sell better, will ensure you remain compliant in this increasingly regulated environment, and will maximise your chances of success and beat off the competition.