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James Hardie High Court decision: officers of a corporation with dual roles
The James Hardie decision has significant implications for officers of a corporation who act in a dual capacity.
Australia
12 May 2012
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James Hardie High Court decision - non-executive directors attending board meetings by phone
The James Hardie decision has implications for non-executive directors participating in board meetings by telephone.
Australia
11 May 2012
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James Hardie High Court Decision: evidentiary importance of board meeting minutes
The James Hardie High Court decision has significant implications for the evidentiary importance of board meeting minutes.
Australia
11 May 2012
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Going through the motions: What does the Centro decision mean for you?
An indepth look at the Centro decision and its effect on corporate governance.
Australia
4 Aug 2011
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Colonial First State Investments decision illustrates difficulty in a unit trust qualifying as a fixed trust
The recent Federal Court decision of Colonial First State Investments Ltd v Commissioner of Taxation [2011] FCA 16 further highlights the danger of assuming that unit trusts will qualify as "fixed" trusts.
Australia
2 Mar 2011
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The Importance Of Properly Attending To Minutes And Contents
A recent decision of the New South Wales Supreme Court, Australian Securities and Investments Commission v Macdonald, has highlighted, among other issues, the importance of properly attending to minutes.
Australia
12 May 2009
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