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It is almost time: Amendments to the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 1999 (NSW) to commence on 21 October 2019
These amendments will need to be understood by all who enter into construction contracts in NSW from 21 October 2019.
Australia
20 Sep 2019
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Deeds of release and their effectiveness - update 2019
Article looks at three recent court decisions which discuss factors impacting upon certainty of deeds of release.
Australia
18 Sep 2019
3
Deeds of Release and their effectiveness
Article looks at factors which may impact upon the certainty and durability of deeds of release and provides 3 case examples.
Australia
13 Aug 2019
4
Small and large proprietary companies redefined
Redefinitions of 'small' and 'large' proprietary companies will have a significant impact on their reporting obligations.
Australia
6 Jul 2019
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Should Australia adopt a Director Identification Number (DIN) requirement?
This lapsed bill would have imposed an obligation on all present and future directors to verify their details with ASIC.
Australia
2 Jul 2019
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Should Australia adopt a Director Identification Number (DIN) requirement?
The DIN is part of a suite of initiatives the government is implementing to detect, deter and penalise phoenix activity.
Australia
6 Jun 2019
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You say toma­to, I say tom­ah­to: The bat­tle of forms and build­ing contracts
This case demonstrates how Courts deal with the existence of two construction contracts and decide which one is binding.
Australia
25 May 2019
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When a dis­trib­u­tor­ship ends – who gets the nam­ing rights?
The main heads of disputes when a distributorship ends include trade marks, reputation, domain names & contractual issues.
Australia
8 May 2019
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You say tomato, I say tomahto: The battle of building contracts and forms
This case demon­strates how the Court deals with two con­struc­tion con­tracts and decides which one binds the parties.
Australia
13 Dec 2018
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Cross all Ts, dot all Is: Personal guarantees gone wrong
This case highlights that creditors must get personal guarantees right or they may risk not being able to enforce them
Australia
3 Dec 2018
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Crowd-sourced funding (CSF) now extended to private companies
Private companies can now seek finance through the equity CSF regime, that was previously open only to public companies.
Australia
19 Nov 2018
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5 Lessons directors of SMEs can learn from failures in the banking sector
Failures in governance are not just limited to the financial services industry - 5 key lessons for SMEs.
Australia
21 Aug 2018
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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
14
Right to terminate contracts for insolvency
The right to terminate a contract is now not enforceable if it is triggered by a party suffering an insolvency event.
Australia
19 Jul 2018
15
Establishment fees in private financing transactions
In this recent Victorian appeal case, the court found the establishment fee charged for the loan to be a penalty.
Australia
19 Jul 2018
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Equity crowd source funding: Part 2 - Regulatory update
The Regulations have been promulgated and the government proposes to extend the CSF Regime to proprietary companies.
Australia
19 Apr 2018
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ACCC report highlights penalties for franchisors for failing to meet disclosure obligations
Franchisors will be pursued and infringement notices issued for failure to adequately comply with code disclosure requirements.
Australia
7 Mar 2018
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Why your businesss needs a company power of attorney - five things to know
A company power of attorney authorises a person/s to act on behalf of a company and sign certain documents on its behalf.
Australia
1 Mar 2018
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The art of the deal sheet: 10 key negotiation points
These 10 deal sheet items should help to ensure a smoother and more robust process during corporate sale negotiations.
Australia
15 Nov 2017
20
Employment Law Myth No. 4: If there is an ABN, it is an independent contractor
The approach courts would take is to look at the relationship as a whole to determine the contractor/employee conundrum.
Australia
28 Sep 2017
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