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Trends in Australian loan markets and the role of alternative lenders
2019 Australian loan trends have included more Asian banks, with increased participation from institutional investors.
Australia
21 May 2019
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Banks breathe easy for now: late payment fee not a penalty
The Court held that the late payment fee aligned with protecting the bank's legitimate interests and was not a penalty.
Australia
3 Aug 2016
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"I just want to be paid" - overcoming insolvency challenges in the construction industry - the Commonwealth approach
Have the tough times in the construction industry changed? It would appear not.
Australia
13 Dec 2015
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Funding public transport for our cities: A thorny issue but new models offer hope
The latest Australian Infrastructure Audit Report shows that Australia's transport infrastructure gaps are growing.
Australia
19 Jun 2015
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The Full Federal Court upholds ANZ Bank's entitlement to charge late payment fees
At this stage, the decision is a major obstacle for plaintiffs in current and future class actions relating to penalties.
Australia
12 May 2015
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The G20 Infrastructure Hub - Footsteps towards bridging the global infrastructure gap
The G20's first infrastructure hub, in Sydney, has been tasked with improving infrastructure investment across the world.
Australia
2 Mar 2015
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Rating agencys duty of care to investors upheld in Australia
The Court upheld a 2012 finding that Standard & Poor's was negligent and engaged in misleading and deceptive conduct.
Australia
21 Jan 2015
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From Down Under - the Inverted Bid Model - new procurement bidding models for infrastructure projects
At the recent G-20 meeting in Cairns, the OECD mentioned new innovative approaches for financing infrastructure projects.
Australia
6 Oct 2014
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Late payment fees - The latest target for class actions. Are you at risk?
The Federal Court gave a boost to class actions against banks when it ruled that late fees charged by ANZ were penalties.
Australia
20 Feb 2014
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The penalty doctrine after Andrews - some practical guidance at last
The law of penalties remains a hot topic following the HCA decision in Andrews v ANZ Banking Group Ltd.
Australia
11 Feb 2014
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Exit strategies in commercial relationships - Rethink after Andrews
A recent court decision highlighted the risk that exit strategies in joint ventures can be held unenforceable penalties.
Australia
23 Oct 2013
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Andrews v ANZ - One year on and still no certainty
The case has not only broadened the potential reach of the penalty doctrine, it has also raised many difficult questions.
Australia
24 Sep 2013
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In hard times will take-or-pay contracts in the Australian coal industry be challenged?
High Court decisions in both the UK and Australia have called into question the enforceability of take-or-pay contracts.
Australia
26 Jul 2013
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When a security interest beats legal title - only under the PPSA
Exactly 18 months after the PPSA came into force on 30 January 2012, Australia's first major case on the PPSA was delivered.
Australia
22 Jul 2013
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Rating agencies on notice after court finds S&P liable for investor losses
The court found Standard & Poor's had engaged in misleading and deceptive conduct and was liable for investors' losses.
Australia
19 Jul 2013
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The Implications of the Budget on Receivables Financings
The new Budget expects some businesses to pay tax before receiving payment from customers, creating cashflow problems.
Australia
18 May 2013
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Joffe decision clarifies insider trading laws
The NSW Court of Criminal Appeal has now gone a long way to resolving uncertainty in Australia's insider trading laws.
Australia
15 Mar 2013
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Andrews v ANZ: Do All Contracts Need To Be Rethought?
A bank fee may be found to be penal if it is out of proportion to the obligation that the stipulation sought to secure.
Australia
17 Sep 2012
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