Contributor Page
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Email  |  Website  |  Articles
Contact Details
Tel: +61 2 9210 6500
Fax: +61 2 9210 6611
Level 17,8 Chifley
8-12 Chifley Square
NSW 2000
By Christine Covington, Kirsty Davis
Significant changes to the planning environment in central Sydney could dramatically increase commercial floor space.
By Odette Gourley
The court's discretion to award additional damages was re-exercised by the Full Court, which declined to make an award.
By Andrew McCormack
The Corrs Projects Update is a review of recent developments in the Australian construction and infrastructure industry.
By Mark McCowan, James North, Jennifer Dean
The Government response outlines an extensive roadmap for further policy work, which may leave stakeholders exhausted.
By Jodie Burger, Helen Clarke, David Warren
The NTC reports that the regulatory framework for liability accommodates AVs, so legislative reform is not needed yet.
By Cameron Cheetham, Mark Wilks, Craig Ensor
If complex legal issues arise in the administration of a company, liquidators can apply to the Court for directions.
By Cameron Cheetham, Mark Wilks, Craig Ensor
Impact of recent landmark HC decision (that Courts are not empowered to make common fund orders) on insolvency practitioners.
By Craig Phillips, Abigail Gill, Richard Flitcroft
Under this ALRC proposal, managers may be subject to civil penalties for failing to stop crimes by their corporation.
By Glenn Taylor, Sandy Mak
Increasing creativity and complexity in deals and more active regulators are trends for Australian public M&A in 2020.
By Brent Lillywhite, Lauren Hickling
The changes should provide increased certainty for landholders looking to clear their land for effective fire management.
By Sandy Mak, Chris Pagent
This recent Myer securities class action was the first shareholder class action to go to a final judgment in Australia.
By Jack de Flamingh
Workplace surveillance evidence and recordings have been used in proceedings, even when they were unlawfully obtained.
By Cameron Cheetham, Mark Wilks, Craig Ensor
The Court was not satisfied that Arrium had established that examination of the former director was an abuse of process.
By Phoebe Wynn-Pope, Abigail Gill
Governments can encourage businesses to develop appropriate policies and processes for effective human rights compliance.
By Gaynor Tracey, Helen Clarke, Charlie Ross
Cyber security and privacy compliance risks have become important concerns for buyers and sellers in M&A transactions.
Contributor's Topics