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Fair Work breaches prompt changes for holding companies.
Discussion around franchisors & holding companies & their liability for breaches of the FW Act by franchisees or subsidiaries.
Australia
19 Jun 2019
2
Spotlight on risk management: APRA commissioned self-assessments of governance, accountability and culture
APRA's recently released Information Paper indicates APRA focus areas for the upcoming period of regulatory supervision.
Australia
15 Jun 2019
3
Exclusive jurisdiction clauses in legal Terms of Engagement
Exclusive jurisdiction clauses are potent, and here, an agreement to refer disputes to arbitration may have been simpler.
Australia
14 Jun 2019
4
Opportunities in 2019: Australian business acquisitions and equity investments
It could be another great year for overseas investment in Australia, with increasing interest from overseas businesses.
Australia
14 Jun 2019
5
Spontaneous combustion: How spontaneous does it need to be - in a damages insurance claim?
The Federal Court considered the term "spontaneous" in the context of a perils exclusion clause in an insurance policy.
Australia
14 Jun 2019
6
Corporate governance and ethics post-Banking RC: could a human rights approach be the answer?
Perhaps an ethical corporate culture consistent with internationally-recognised human rights norms is a necessary model.
Australia
13 Jun 2019
7
Judgment handed down in Jack de Belin claim relating to his NRL player contract
This case highlights key important considerations from the perspectives of sporting administrators, clubs and players.
Australia
13 Jun 2019
8
Must an owner allow a builder to return to site to rectify defects?
In this case, the builder had not shown that it was unreasonable not to allow him back on site to rectify the defects.
Australia
13 Jun 2019
9
OECD releases beneficial ownership implementation toolkit to facilitate transparency
OECD has recently released A Beneficial Ownership Implementation Toolkit which is discussed here.
Australia
12 Jun 2019
10
Changes to enforcement of ipso facto clauses in contracts
Article discusses changes to enforcement of ‘ipso facto' clauses in contracts and provides guidance on how to deal with them.
Australia
11 Jun 2019
11
Parent company guarantees cannot circumvent arbitration because they are not as good as cash
When drafting security that is to be as good as cash, ensure that purpose & intent are clear on the face of the agreement.
Australia
11 Jun 2019
12
Redactions? How to ensure there are no nasty surprises
Redacting, blackening or masking is the process of removing information from documents to be provided to a third party.
Australia
10 Jun 2019
13
A Race To The Bottom? Traditional Funder Backed Class Actions No Match For ‘No Win, No Fee' Proposal
Yesterday, the Chief Judge in Equity, her Honour Justice Ward handed down a decision finally ending the skirmish between five law firms who all filed competing class actions against AMP last year.
Australia
7 Jun 2019
14
Executive reporting obligations under the HVNL Chain of Responsibility
All parties in the Chain must take all reasonably practicable steps to ensure the safety of their 'transport activities'.
Australia
6 Jun 2019
15
E-Alert: You never know who is listening: Privately recording body corporate meetings
Currently, Queensland does not have any specific legislation dealing with recording devices in a body corporate meeting.
Australia
 
6 Jun 2019
16
Succession planning for the family trust - Common approaches
Complexity does exist in dealing with succession planning for trusts and careful planning is necessary to get it right.
Australia
6 Jun 2019
17
Director Identification Number (DIN)
The DIN is part of a suite of initiatives the government is implementing to detect, deter and penalise phoenix activity.
Australia
6 Jun 2019
18
Consecutive owners of cargo: who holds title and the right to sue?
Article explains that the party who retains title or holds the bill of lading has the right to sue.
Australia
4 Jun 2019
19
Why directors must consider creditor interests when company solvency is at risk
The Court found that the directors had breached their duties by failing to conduct a proper analysis of cash reserves.
Australia
3 Jun 2019
20
Changes to sunset clauses in Victoria are here to stay
Retrospective legislation relating to sunset dates in off-the-plan contracts of sale has come into effect in Victoria.
Australia
1 Jun 2019
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