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TGIF 5 July 2019: If you seek security for costs, best make sure your case is secure first
This case serves as a reminder that a funded liquidator and insolvent plaintiff may not justify an order for security.
Australia
9 Jul 2019
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Commercial contracts: when is there a binding lease agreement?
This case illustrates the danger of a tenant moving into possession of premises before a formal lease has been executed.
Australia
5 Jul 2019
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TGIF 28 June 2019: Insolvent Trading: is the privilege against self-incrimination available and how is liability split between successive directors?
An insolvent trading claim involved privilege against self-incrimination and liability split between successive directors.
Australia
2 Jul 2019
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Trade mark use control requirements in a corporate group eased by recent Full Federal Court decision
The issue may arise after changes to IP arrangements in a corporate group, for tax reasons or because of an acquisition.
Australia
2 Jul 2019
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Executive liability in the infrastructure industry: what you need to know
These cases made compelling arguments for the personal liability of executives for offences committed by corporations.
Australia
29 Jun 2019
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TGIF 21 June 2019: Full Federal Court finds D&O insolvency exclusion does not apply, notwithstanding administration of company
An insolvency exclusion in a D&O policy did not exclude claims against directors of a company under administration.
Australia
27 Jun 2019
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The Atlassian Term Sheet for M&A transactions: will it work?
Article discusses new term sheet which sets out key terms proposed to be used to kick off future M&A transactions.
Australia
25 Jun 2019
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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
9
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
10
TGIF:Champions Quarrel: Provisional liquidators appointed to protect company assets from majority shareholder
Provisional liquidators were appointed after allegations of oppressive manner towards minority shareholder and company.
Australia
31 May 2019
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Warranty and indemnity insurance: does it provide value on public M&A transactions?
Warranty and indemnity (W&I) insurance has become a ubiquitous part of negotiated M&A in the Australian market.
Australia
27 May 2019
12
So far, so good? Considering the success of safe harbour reforms in Australia
Safe harbour protection for company directors was one of a number of restructuring reforms to relax the insolvency laws.
Australia
21 May 2019
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How to choose the best contractual strategy for the construction of major projects
The risk-reward equation between the principal players associated with construction projects is extremely important.
Australia
21 May 2019
14
Human rights as an ethical framework for corporate governance
Organisations can meet community expectations of corporate conduct by ensuring consistency with human rights norms.
Australia
20 May 2019
15
Harnessing your data assets: opportunities and threats for Australian companies
Implementing best practice data governance will increasingly become a business imperative to ensure it is used ethically.
Australia
20 May 2019
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The ever-wider reach of competition and consumer laws
Existing laws are being applied by enforcement agencies, like the ACCC, to a broader range of conduct than ever before.
Australia
20 May 2019
17
Pre-empting M&A pitfalls: three early stage issues for GCs
The article identifies 3 issues GCs should raise with their deal teams during the early stages of an M&A transaction.
Australia
20 May 2019
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Why now is the time to revisit your organisation compliance culture
A strong compliance culture is needed to introduce a whistleblower regime for tax-related misconduct and contraventions.
Australia
20 May 2019
19
Corrs High Vis: Episode 34 - How should a court assess a claim for payment following termination for repudiation?
Contains a link to a podcast discussing upcoming HC decision affecting restitution, unjust enrichment and quantum meruit claims.
Australia
8 May 2019
20
A cautionary tale for joint venture parties – why arbitration works
This protracted and complex litigation contains a lesson for joint venturers of the importance of an arbitration clause.
Australia
15 Apr 2019
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