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GN 8 provides clear, practical guidance for those who need to satisfy legal and Listing Rule disclosure requirements.
The Court found the market announcements were not misleading or deceptive, so there was no continuous disclosure breach.
By Geoff Carter
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has released a final version of its revised merger guidelines. The greatest practical change for merger parties under the revised guidelines is the simplification of the 'notification' thresholds applied by the ACCC.
By Jennifer McVeigh
The recent case of BHP Coal Pty Ltd v O&K Orenstein and Koppel AG provides a timely reminder of the challenges facing professionals in an advancing world of knowledge.
By Richard Johnson
A recent order by the Supreme Court of WA acts as a timely reminder of the breadth of power conferred on the Court by section 447A of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) (Act), and the flexibility that the provision can provide in the conduct of any administration.
By Richard Batten
There have been some significant developments for the Australian anti-money laundering regime in September
By Rhys Guild
Last week, the Tax Laws Amendment (2008 Measures No.5) Bill 2008 was introduced into parliament, making good on the Government's promise to restrict the application of the margin scheme on property sales that were previously acquired as a GST-free supply of a going concern or farmland.
By Andrew Cunningham
Yesterday, the Deputy Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, announced further details of the Labor Government's new IR Laws – which are due to be introduced into Parliament in the next few months.
By Paul Kallenbach
The central role of technology in most modern companies – from desktop and laptop computers, to server farms, data centres and proliferating mobile devices – means that IT departments are among the largest consumers of energy in the corporate landscape.
By Paul Kallenbach
You’ve somehow made it through the tender process, but your mission-critical IT project stubbornly refuses to run off the rails. Don’t panic! If your project involves significant organisational change, here are 10 sure ways to consign the project to its doom, and perhaps even take your organisation with it.
By Ron Pila
In recent years, many large organisations have appointed one service provider for their whole-of-enterprise data, fixed line and mobile telecommunications.
By Oliver Barratt
The credit crunch has been with us for a while now, and the lack of easy credit is starting to bite. Why is this relevant to TMT News? And how might this affect you as an acquirer of technology services?
Over the past few months, the New South Wales Supreme Court has become the battle ground for the first string of defamation claims to be heard under the uniform Defamation Act.
By Paul Paxton
In spite of current financial conditions universities are increasingly turning to public private partnerships(PPPs) as the preferred means of funding, building and operating student accommodation projects.
By William Thompson
The 2008-09 Federal Budget, the first under the new Labor government, introduced major revenue and expenditure measures that will have a significant impact on business.
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