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Using mediation to resolve shareholder disputes
The role became an informal mediator between the disputing parties to resolve the situation without expensive litigation.
Australia
7 Oct 2019
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FEG rejects employee long service claims—advisors take note
A sale contract should specifically state that the buyer assumes no responsibility for legal claims of previous employees.
Australia
7 Oct 2019
3
Beyond phoenixing and the Director ID solution (DIN)
Many directors in Australia do not understand their responsibilities or have the business skills to manage effectively.
Australia
7 Oct 2019
4
Regulation matters for company directors are heating up
This article discusses four areas of company regulation that Australian directors should be aware of.
Australia
5 Aug 2019
5
The end of the corporate veil?
Often, the company director of a SME can be personally liable for a significant proportion of the company's liabilities.
Australia
5 Aug 2019
6
Transfer of business provisions and employee entitlements
Despite any sale contract terms about who is responsible for the employee entitlements, the Fair Work Act rules prevail.
Australia
5 Aug 2019
7
Combatting Illegal Phoenixing Bill reintroduced into parliament
The article raises awareness about legal and government initiatives to tighten the net around illegal phoenix activity.
Australia
5 Aug 2019
8
The effectiveness of the safe harbour regime: Have directors-ships pulled into the harbour?
The safe harbour laws provide company directors with an opportunity to explore restructuring opportunities.
Australia
5 Aug 2019
9
Long term business survival
Best practice in these four areas, or a focus on continual improvement, will do wonders to ensure business longevity.
Australia
3 Jul 2019
10
The Amerind High Court decision: employee entitlements in insolvency
Employee entitlements are given priority in an insolvency, whether the employer is a company or trading as a trustee.
Australia
3 Jul 2019
11
Can a liquidator pursue a director without all the facts?
Article highlights why directors should take steps to ensure that the company properly maintains & retains books & records.
Australia
8 May 2019
12
Attacking family trusts in bankruptcy
A bankruptcy trustee has several powers and options to claim against a typical family trust or otherwise recover funds.
Australia
11 Apr 2019
13
Banking Royal Commission fires up ASIC
ASIC moved quickly to announce that it is committed to fully implement each of the 12 recommendations directed at it.
Australia
4 Mar 2019
14
The practical issues of assigning a right to sue
There are a number of issues to consider before a Deed of Assignment could be entered into by a registered liquidator.
Australia
5 Dec 2018
15
Bad asset protection strategies
Last-minute asset protection strategies are rarely effective, so consider asset protection from the start of a venture.
Australia
8 Nov 2018
16
Unreasonable director-related transactions
Liquidators look for any 'unreasonable director-related transactions', which can reduce assets available to creditors.
Australia
8 Nov 2018
17
Directors required to sign up for identification numbers (DINs)
A DIN will assist regulators and external administrators to investigate director involvement in illegal phoenix activity.
Australia
8 Nov 2018
18
Is your director-client insolvent?
These guidelines can assist a director to assess temporary liquidity or a permanent/incurable working capital shortage.
Australia
10 Sep 2018
19
Ipso facto insolvency law reform
Recent legislative changes are the beginning of the end for automatic contract termination due to an insolvency event.
Australia
10 Sep 2018
20
18 failed companies in a 6-year period
The director was disqualified from managing corporations for three years, after his involvement in 18 failed companies.
Australia
6 Aug 2018
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