Paul Cooper - a Sydney, NSW lawyer

Polczynski Robinson

Fax
02 9234 1511

 

Paul has a passion for his clients' interests and in ensuring the best possible commercial outcome for his clients.  Through his combination of technical knowledge, innovation, legal strategy and clear communication, he is able to do this very effectively.

Paul has over 25 years experience in commercial and corporate, commercial dispute, insolvency and restructuring, and trade credit insurance.

He acts for corporate and commercial clients and for liquidators and bankruptcy trustees.

He advises creditors, insolvency practitioners and Directors on all areas of insolvency administration including insolvent trading actions, preference claims, restructuring, deeds of company arrangement, rights of both secured and unsecured creditors, retention of title claims and recovery actions in the context of distressed companies.  He has advised clients in relation to corporate collapses including Harris Scarfe, Westpoint, Delifrance Australia, Digicall and WOW Audio Visual.

Paul also represents corporate and private clients in commercial dispute matters including trade credit insurance, shareholder disputes, partnership disputes, building and construction disputes, contractual disputes, directors' and officers' liabilities, surety bond, trust and fraud. He also advises clients in respect of Personal Property Securities law.

Paul has a reputation of achieving excellent commercial outcomes for his clients.

MEMBERSHIPS: 

  • Insolvency Practitioners Association (IPA)
  • Law Society of NSW
  • Australia African Business Council (AABC)
  • Australian Institute of Credit Management (AICM)

 


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