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By Bill Burrough
A tenant may need to consider protecting its position in case its landlord at some stage seeks to assign its interest.
By Mark Addison
Be careful not to rush through the process of documenting any settlement terms that have been agreed during mediation. .
By Benjamin Shaw (formerly with DibbsBaker), Matthew Butchard (formerly with DibbsBarker)
The article explores this approach to resolving ambiguity in the meaning of a GST provision in a sale of land contract.
By Mei-Lim Smith, Fay Calderone (formerly with DibbsBarker)
This article summarises key issues affecting Australian workplaces to watch out for in 2018 and changes to consider.
By Benjamin Shaw (formerly with DibbsBaker), Shael Geffen (formerly with Dibbsbarker)
BEAR is the latest in a long line of regulatory changes to impact the banking industry since the global financial crisis.
By Juanita Rayson (formerly with DibbsBarker), Rhett McPhie
ASX is drafting further guidelines regarding continuous disclosure in the context of the new safe harbour provisions.
By Joanne Hardwick (formerly with DibbsBarker), Shael Geffen (formerly with Dibbsbarker)
Failure to comply with an order, without a reasonable excuse, could result in serious penalties or imprisonment.
By Scott Guthrie (formerly with DibbsBarker)
This article notes the application of the new PPSA rules, and how the courts interpret the departure from previous law.
By Bill Burrough
Tenants should not take it for granted that the landlord will easily consent to a proposed assignment of the lease.
By Maree Skinner (formerly with DibbsBarker)
With an increasing number of contract workers, there are many issues for employers to consider in this 'gig economy' era.
By Mark Addison
Club directors should not try to appoint an administrator to a registered club in NSW over a Christmas holiday period.
By Maddy Yates (formerly with DibbsBarker)
When a lease has an error, the parties may be able to rely on the doctrine of rectification for that error to be fixed.
By Peppy Mitchell (formerly with DibbsBarker)
If your business will be impacted by the new regime, you should ensure you understand and plan for your new obligations.
By John Reen (formerly with DibbsBarker), Geoff Cairns, Kamini Newton (formerly with DibbsBarker)
Warranty & indemnity (W&I) insurance has become a key ingredient in M&A transactions but it may still be foreign to some.
By Masi Zaki (formerly with DibbsBarker)
When the reforms come into effect in 2018, there will be major restrictions on the enforceability of ipso facto clauses.
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