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By Cameron Cheetham, Mark Wilks, Craig Ensor
The Court found that the GPLs had not acted unreasonably in opposing an application that SPLs also be appointed.
By Abigail Gill, Richard Flitcroft, Claire Brattey
The article examines the finalised 'RG 270 – Whistleblower policies' to assist organisations develop a compliant policy.
By Andrew McCormack
Article discusses amendments to the law regarding the use of project bank accounts & contains a link to background information.
By Andrew Lumsden, Lizzie Knight, Anna Ross
Recent case confirms that the activist does not ordinarily have a right to access the proxies in a proxy contest.
By Richard Flitcroft, Craig Phillips, Abigail Gill
Article discusses new Bill that promises to be a watershed moment in corporate governance for companies with a foreign presence.
By Russell Philip, Rachael King
This case raises public policy issues about who should bear the costs of facilitating an auction for corporate control.
By Cameron Cheetham, Mark Wilks, Craig Ensor
Courts will set aside a resolution if there are deficiencies in the process by the person who exercises a casting vote.
By Michael MacGinley
This publication explores key legal considerations for investing in or developing an oil and gas project in Australia.
By Sandy Mak
In a recent Bloomberg TV interview, Sandy Mak comments on the findings of the Australian M&A 2020 Outlook special report.
By Kate Hay, Jurgen Bebber, Rachelle Downie
An emerging company or tech start-up could have valuable assets in its trade marks, patents, copyright or designs.
By Cameron Cheetham, Mark Wilks, Craig Ensor
There was insufficient evidence to order a wind up, under Corporations Act section 459P or on just and equitable grounds.
By Christine Covington, Kirsty Davis, Ivan Brcic
The NSW Productivity Commission released its 'Kickstarting the productivity conversation' discussion paper for consultation'
By David Anthony, Daniel Argyris
The Queensland government has moved to limit political donations and electoral expenditure.
This year's M&A 2020 Outlook sets out our insights on 2020 M&A, based on experience and analysis of 2019 transactions.
By Andrew Stephenson, Lee Carroll
This is an extract from the third edition of GAR's The Guide to Construction Arbitration, published in October 2019.
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