Professor Rosalind Mason
The latest Part of the Journal includes the following articles: “Applications for Aid and Assistance in Respect of Foreign Insolvency Proceedings in New Zealand since the Enactment of the Insolvency (Cross-Border) Act 2006 (NZ)” – Trish Keeper; “The Evolution of Corporate Rescue in Singapore” – Casey G Watters and Paul J Omar; and the following sections: Editorial – Professor Rosalind Mason and Dr David Morrison; Recent Developments: “Recognition of Foreign Insolvency Judgments” – Neil Hannan; and Report from New Zealand: “Subcontractors and Retention Money: The Pros and Cons of Subpt 2A of the Construction Contracts Act 2002 (NZ)” – Lynne Taylor.
The latest Part of the Journal includes the following articles: “AI and the Insolvency Profession: The State of Play” – Jennifer Dickfos; “The Good Place or the Bad Place: The Position of Directors during a Deed of Company Arrangement” – Beth Nosworthy and Christopher Symes; and the following section notes: Recent Developments: “The Insidious Nature and Scope of Phoenix Company Trading” – David Morrison; and Report from New Zealand: “Compromises with Creditors Under Pt 14 of the Companies Act 1993 (NZ): Trends Publishing Ltd v Advicewise People Ltd  NZSC 62” – Lynne Taylor.
The latest Part of the Journal includes the following articles: “Receivers Trading on at a Loss: Implications of Section 433 of the Corporations Act” – Jonathon Moore QC; “A Trans-Pacific Tale of Carrots and Sticks: Lessons for Australia from the United States’ Experience of the Ipso Facto Stay” – Kathryn Sutherland-Smith; and the following section notes: Recent Developments: “The Common Law Principle of Universality Extended in the Wake of Hanjin Shipping’s Insolvency” – Casey G Watters and Kenny Chng; and Report from New Zealand: “A Proposal for a New Regime for Unravelling Ponzi Schemes” – Lynne Taylor.
The latest Part of the Journal includes the following articles: “Mortgagee Sales, Disclaimer and Escheat – A Suggested Statutory Solution” – William Dixon, Sharon Christensen and WD Duncan; “A Blind Spot in the Test for Solvency? Reconsidering the Exclusion of Unliquidated Damages Claims” – Annita Stucken; and the following section notes: Recent Developments: “Preferences and Running Accounts: ‘Peak Indebtedness’: The Elephant in the Room” – Dr Garry J Hamilton; “An Analysis of Recent Cases Involving Insolvent Corporate Trustees” – Tom McClintock; “Researching Personal Insolvency Law and Practice in Australia: An Update and Call for Continued Investment” – Nicola Howell; and Report from New Zealand: “Fish Man Ltd (in liq) v Hadfield” – Lynne Taylor.
As the Insolvency Law Journal celebrates its 25th year, we mark some recent changes in the leadership of the journal. Dr Colin Anderson stepped down as General Editor of the journal at the beginning of 2017 after more than 10 years at its helm. In his place, we welcome the new co-General Editors Professor Rosalind Mason and Dr David Morrison, whose connections to the journal go back several years.