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Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Safe harbour protection for company directors was one of a number of restructuring reforms to relax the insolvency laws.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Implementing best practice data governance will increasingly become a business imperative to ensure it is used ethically.
Hazelbrook Legal
Company directors should consider, assess and disclose potential risks or impact of climate change on their business.
Holman Webb
Directors may be personally liable for the company's failure to pay superannuation for an independent contractor.
Bartier Perry
In this case, the Court considered that Council could terminate the CEO's contract without cause and by paying notice.
Surry Partners
Recent changes aim to discourage transactions which attempt to limit the amounts recovered by employees in liquidations.
Worrells Solvency & Forensic Accountants
Article highlights why directors should take steps to ensure that the company properly maintains & retains books & records.
Holding Redlich
An industrial manslaughter offence attaches criminal responsibility to negligent conduct that causes death to a worker.
McCullough Robertson
Deeds of Access, Insurance and Indemnity are important protections for directors and officers against personal liability.
McCullough Robertson
The article focusses on what to do if you receive a claim or are aware of circumstances which may later lead to a claim.
KordaMentha
Since the Commission, the role of in-house corporate investigation teams has never been more prominent or more difficult.
Bartier Perry
Many workplace changes have not been driven by legislation, but cultural changes such as technology and discrimination.
Holding Redlich
Corporations may be obliged to pay fines, but it is the executives whose careers, reputations and lives may be at stake.
McCullough Robertson
The first article in this series examines a Directors and Officers (D&O) liability insurance policy and how it operates.
Holding Redlich
Managers who are aware of breaches of workplace laws in their business may be personally liable for those contraventions.
Holding Redlich
Human directors can identify problems, analyse them, test solutions and iterate until an appropriate outcome is found.
Holman Webb
The bill proposes to give ASIC, liquidators and the ATO new powers to curtail phoenix activities and prosecute offenders.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Every entity, with its boards and senior management, must examine its culture and governance and how it manages risk.
Holding Redlich
The first of three hypothetical scenarios examined as part of the AICD's Governance Summit was a malicious data breach.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Hayne sees a role for external supervision by regulators in the way that boards implement remuneration arrangements.
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Holding Redlich
An industrial manslaughter offence attaches criminal responsibility to negligent conduct that causes death to a worker.
Worrells Solvency & Forensic Accountants
Article highlights why directors should take steps to ensure that the company properly maintains & retains books & records.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
These reforms can protect those who "blow the whistle" or make disclosures about corporate, financial or tax misconduct.
McCullough Robertson
Deeds of Access, Insurance and Indemnity are important protections for directors and officers against personal liability.
Surry Partners
Recent changes aim to discourage transactions which attempt to limit the amounts recovered by employees in liquidations.
Bartier Perry
In this case, the Court considered that Council could terminate the CEO's contract without cause and by paying notice.
Holman Webb
Directors may be personally liable for the company's failure to pay superannuation for an independent contractor.
Holman Webb
The bill proposes to give ASIC, liquidators and the ATO new powers to curtail phoenix activities and prosecute offenders.
McCullough Robertson
The article focusses on what to do if you receive a claim or are aware of circumstances which may later lead to a claim.
KordaMentha
Since the Commission, the role of in-house corporate investigation teams has never been more prominent or more difficult.
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