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Takeovers in Australia 2019
This "Takeovers in Australia" guide explores opportunities and issues affecting regulated M&A in Australia in 2019.
Australia
25 May 2019
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Is your enterprise too small for competition clearance?
All enterprises, irrespective of size, should consider the effect a prospective M&A transaction may have on competition.
Australia
26 Nov 2018
3
Merger pre-completion - ACCC takes action on gun jumping
'Gun jumping' is when the merger parties, who are also competitors, move to merge before completion of the acquisition.
Australia
27 Jul 2018
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Warranty and indemnity Insurance – what is it and why you need it in M&A transactions
Warranty and indemnity insurance has emerged as a common instrument to address deal risk in M&A transactions globally.
Australia
26 Apr 2017
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Public M&A: When is an entitlement issue really a minorities take-out?
These proceedings raised questions as to whether unacceptable circumstances exist with regards to an entitlement issue,
Australia
6 Jul 2016
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Merger control ubiquitous in Australia and abroad
Obtaining competition law clearance for mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures is now pervasive across the globe.
Australia
8 Apr 2016
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Lawyers Weekly: ASX calls for submissions on a proposed rule change
If the ASX changes its rules, it must base its decisions on hard data, not just the views of its market participants.
Australia
29 Dec 2015
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Foreign Investment & FIRB Update – Bills to amend Foreign Acquisitions and Takeovers Act
The changes proposed in these bills will result in all substantive provisions in the FATA being repealed and replaced.
Australia
3 Sep 2015
9
Takeovers Panel issues draft guidance on shareholder intention statements
The Panel released a consultation paper and draft guidance note relating to intention statements given by shareholders.
Australia
21 Jul 2015
10
The Australian Financial Review – Nick Abrahams - telco M&A deals
Nick Abrahams writes on the mergers and acquisitions landscape for 2015 in the shadow of the National Broadband Network.
Australia
3 Mar 2015
11
The Australian Financial Review – Nick Abrahams - tech M&A 2015 forecasts
Nick Abrahams predicts where the deal activity involving companies in the tech industry in Australia will focus in 2015.
Australia
11 Feb 2015
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Are merger authorisations now practical? Competition Tribunal takes first merger authorisation decision under the current merger authorisation procedure
This will be of interest to anyone involved in Australian M&A transactions that raise material competition concerns.
Australia
21 Nov 2014
13
Bidder beware: lessons from Ambassador Oil and Gas 01
Potential bidders should exercise caution before entering into pre-bid negotiations with a target's major shareholder.
Australia
9 Sep 2014
14
Australian M&A - Are merger authorisations now practical?
This note provides an overview of the AGL decision and provides key insights into the merger authorisation procedure.
Australia
12 Jul 2014
15
M&A risk from ACCC Statement of Issues (SOI)
When the ACCC decides to publish a Statement of Issues (SOI), there are flow-on effects for potential M&A transactions.
Australia
9 May 2014
16
Mergers and acquisitions: The "failing firm" defence for companies in financial difficulty
Although the criteria are stringent, these cases show that it is possible for the "failing firm" defence to succeed.
Australia
31 Jan 2014
17
Minority report: When are acquisitions of small shareholdings subject to antitrust scrutiny?
If a company acquires a minority interest in another company, it could be a problem if the companies are in competition.
Australia
31 Jan 2014
18
It’s not fair! – balance between protecting confidentiality and assuring procedural fairness
The UK Competition Commission protected confidentiality but prejudiced the rights of the parties under investigation.
UK
31 Jan 2014
19
The forgotten revolution: Implementing internal reconstructions by scheme of arrangement
This note outlines how corporate internal reconstructions can be achieved by implementing s413 schemes of arrangement.
Australia
29 Jan 2014
20
Liability for conduct in pre-contractual negotiations
The article briefly examines preliminary agreements, liability in pre-contractual conduct and the case of Archer v Sage.
Australia
14 Dec 2013
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