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#MeToo in #M&A: introducing the Weinstein warranty
M&A advisors now focus on social due diligence as well as financial and legal investigations.
Australia
15 Aug 2018
2
Dismissing senior employees - the pitfalls to avoid - Part 2
Examination of legal claims senior staff can bring on termination of employment and how employers can safeguard against them.
Australia
15 Aug 2018
3
Dismissing senior employees - the pitfalls to avoid - Part 1
This two part article provides some practical guidance on the termination of senior executives.
Australia
15 Aug 2018
4
Resigning from your employment - can you withdraw your resignation? - Latest developments
Key test it seems is whether a real intention to resign can be discerned and the apparent state of mind of the employee.
Australia
15 Aug 2018
5
Part IVA anti-avoidance provisions: where is the line now between legitimate tax planning and tax avoidance?
Part IVA reforms create uncertainty about where the line between acceptable tax planning and unacceptable tax avoidance lies.
Australia
15 Aug 2018
6
Defence costs and duty of disclosure: A tussle between insureds and insurers
Duty of disclosure takes primacy over any implied or written obligation within an insurance policy to advance defence costs.
Australia
15 Aug 2018
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New amendments may terminate your Binding Child Support Agreement; are you affected?
Recent amendments to the Child Support (Assessment) Act 1989 are retrospective and affect all Binding Child Support Agreements.
Australia
15 Aug 2018
8
A Game Of Drones: The Advance Of Remotely Piloted Aircraft
The rapidly increasing use of drone technology means that users and operators must be familiar with the legal framework and its regulations.
Australia
14 Aug 2018
9
Key issues for over station developments.
Discussion of the issues for governments and developers when considering developments over train stations.
Australia
14 Aug 2018
10
Family and Domestic Violence Leave: Award changes came into effect 1 August!
Discussion about the new provisions allowing for Family and Domestic Violence Leave - main legislative points etc.
Australia
14 Aug 2018
11
Start date for Queenslands Container Refund Scheme announced
Discussion about the Qld Container Refund Scheme which aims to reduce plastic waste and begins in November this year.
Australia
14 Aug 2018
12
V Energy loses a mother of a battle over colour trademark: Australia courts decision in Frucor v Coca-Cola
Difficulties faced in applying to register colour trade marks and useful lessons for future applicants of colour trade marks.
Australia
14 Aug 2018
13
Solving cash flow problems saves Sydney-based building and construction supplier from going under
How BRI Ferrier designed and implemented a restructuring strategy that saved construction company.
Australia
14 Aug 2018
14
International business obligations – Modern Slavery laws
New and imminent Modern Slavery laws impose compliance and other obligations which are discussed here.
Australia
14 Aug 2018
15
Building fires trigger new mandatory cladding checklist for Queensland building owners
New laws will require Queensland building owners to complete a mandatory combustible cladding checklist.
Australia
14 Aug 2018
16
Know your unfair preference defences. Do not pay!
Discussion of the defences that are available for voidable unfair preference payments under the Corporations Act 2001.
Australia
14 Aug 2018
17
App Developers Turn To The Dark Side
"Sabacc" is a fictional card game in the Star Wars universe. In the most recent Star Wars film, a young Han Solo wins the Millennium Falcon during a game of Sabacc.
Australia
13 Aug 2018
18
Is cyber security the greatest threat for autonomous vehicles?
The article explores risks of cyber security breaches to autonomous vehicle technology and how they might be mitigated.
Australia
13 Aug 2018
19
Establishing a right to privacy in Australia: What would it look like and how would it work?
This UK case indicates that recognising a tort of privacy in Australia could have potentially troubling consequences.
Australia
13 Aug 2018
20
The Weinstein Clause: What is it? Could it be coming to Australia?
Such clauses, which relate to the behaviour of senior management, are often being included in business sale agreements.
Australia
13 Aug 2018
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