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New requirements for New Zealand incorporated companies
These changes are being phased in to ensure that existing companies have time to comply with the new requirements.
Australia
10 Mar 2015
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The ins and outs of insider trading (Part 2)
This follow-on article aims to provide practical guidance on the ways in which insider trading risks can be managed.
Australia
15 Feb 2014
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INTA holds its first conference in the Middle East
The INTA event served the rising numbers of multinational trademark owners who are expanding across the Middle East.
United Arab Emirates
19 Jan 2014
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Round-up of news and views: Dubai in fashion
The Dubai Design and Fashion Council has been launched to promote the Emirate as a centre for design and fashion.
United Arab Emirates
19 Jan 2014
5
New kids on the block: Can Australian retailers compete against new International brands?
Domestic retailers should use a knowledge of the local market to differentiate themselves from international competitors.
Australia
19 Jan 2014
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Setting up a new fashion business in Britain
This is a legal and practical overview, with top tips from the British Fashion Council and designer Diego Vanassibara.
UK
18 Jan 2014
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Restructuring e-Newsletter - Global Insight - Issue 7
Global Insight is a digital publication bringing you news, views and analysis from our Global Restructuring Group.
Australia
 
8 Oct 2013
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Creating links in the fashion chain - DLA Piper joins the International Apparel Federation
DLA Piper's membership of the IAF is generating exciting opportunities for our clients and IAF members.
Australia
3 May 2013
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Growing up - children's clothes sizing standards updated
New children's wear measurement standards have been developed.
Australia
2 May 2013
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One Size Does Not Fit All - Structuring Your Fashion Retail Business
The retail press has in recent times been full of articles about UK-based businesses expanding overseas.
Australia
2 May 2013
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Retailing Landscape In Australia
Until relatively recently, the Australian retail market was occupied in the main by domestic retailers.
Australia
2 May 2013
12
Industry Insight - Fashion
For this edition, we caught up with one of Australia's leading company directors, Arlene Tansey.
Australia
2 May 2013
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How Do I Establish a Pro Bono Program?
Before establishing any pro bono program, you should gain support within the legal team as well as in the organisation.
Australia
5 Jun 2012
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Doing Business in Australia - Business Structures
As Australian law is based on the UK system, business entities are similar to those in English-speaking countries.
Australia
30 Apr 2012
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D&O insurance policies: The Bridgecorp Case
The case may have serious consequences for Australian directors relying on D&O policies to fund their defence costs.
Australia
10 Dec 2011
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Personal Property Securities Update: The Countdown Begins
Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth) expected to commence in October this year - consideration of transition from the current law.
Australia
15 Jun 2011
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Court of Appeal says COMCOM can gag interviewees
The Court of Appeal has upheld the ability of the Commerce Commission to issue gagging orders. These orders prevent persons summoned to attend an interview before the Commission from disclosing either the questions the Commission asked them; or the answers or other information they gave in response.
Australia
27 Mar 2011
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Practical guidance for trade creditors in an administration
The appointment of administrators to Whitcoulls in New Zealand will have prompted trade creditors and suppliers of Whitcoulls – and other companies – to consider their position during an administration. Administration provides the company with ‘breathing space’ during which the company’s viability can be assessed by the administrator.
Australia
16 Mar 2011
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Further PPS Amendment Bill introduced - however issues remain
On 23 February 2011, the Personal Property Security (Corporations and Other Amendments) Bill 2011 (Amendment Bill) was tabled in the Federal Parliament. Although the Amendment Bill deals with a number of concerns that have previously been raised (see below), it also raises some additional questions. In addition, it does not deal with a number of issues associated with enforcement of security interests.
Australia
24 Feb 2011
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PPS reforms move closer despite outstanding issues
The legislative and regulatory pieces necessary for the Personal Property Securities (PPS) reforms to become operative are now nearly complete, with the reforms still scheduled to take effect in May 2011. Despite the passing of the necessary legislation and regulations, concerns still exist about a number of significant matters.
Australia
20 Dec 2010
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