Free Download: Insolvency - What You Need to Know
The Guide to Corporate and Personal Insolvency in New Zealand.
  •  The issues you must consider when dealing with an insolvent company or individual. 
  •  How to use your actions to determine the outcome.
  •  The advice that really matters.
  •  The winning strategies to resolve an insolvency issue. 
BRENT NORLING
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Brent has a wealth of experience in the District Court, High Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court. Having successes in all courts.

In recognition of Brent's knowledge of insolvency law, Brent is an author of Heath and Whale on Insolvency for LexisNexis. Heath and Whale on Insolvency is the leading insolvency text and is often referred to by Judges and Counsel in New Zealand.

Brent has also authored the Insolvency Precedents for Thomson Reuters. These precedents may be utilised by other New Zealand professionals such as other lawyers, insolvency practitioners and accountants. They are also available to Universities and students.

Brent is currently in the process of authoring other works that will be published in due course.
Brent has a wealth of experience in the District Court, High Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court. Having successes in all courts.

In recognition of Brent's knowledge of insolvency law, Brent is an author of Heath and Whale on Insolvency for LexisNexis. Heath and Whale on Insolvency is the leading insolvency text and is often referred to by Judges and Counsel in New Zealand.

Brent has also authored the Insolvency Precedents for Thomson Reuters. These precedents may be utilised by other New Zealand professionals such as other lawyers, insolvency practitioners and accountants. They are also available to Universities and students.

Brent is currently in the process of authoring other works that will be published in due course.

Brent practices what he authors and provides expert and strategic advice to his clients.

Despite having a keen interest in litigation, Brent’s primary focus is on commercial settlement, where possible.

In 2014, 2015 and 2016, Brent has personally been a finalist in the New Zealand Law Awards for Young In-house Lawyer of the year. In 2015, Brent was also a finalist for the CLANZ Private Sector In-house Lawyer of the Year.

In 2017, Brent lead Norling Law to be a finalist in the New Zealand Law Awards in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution Specialist Law Firm category. 
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