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Changes to corporate governance in banking groups: impacts of the Banking Executive Accountability Regime (BEAR)
ADIs and their subsidiaries need to take four steps to get ready for the Banking Executive Accountability Regime (BEAR).
Australia
28 Oct 2017
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Whistleblowing and collecting the cash
The proposed amendments aim to enhance the protection of whistleblowers and provide a clear avenue to escalate concerns.
Australia
15 Oct 2017
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How companies can prepare for the Turnbull Government's new whistleblower laws
Companies should examine their internal culture and strengthen reporting mechanisms, for these new whistleblower laws.
Australia
25 Nov 2016
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Show me the money! Full Court promotes access to justice – but is the price right?
The Money Max decision will make commencing class actions more attractive to a litigation funder - with some caveats.
Australia
10 Nov 2016
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Take company culture out of the risk pile and make it your competitive advantage
You should be proactive, not reactive, and nurture your culture into an asset that generates a competitive advantage.
Australia
11 Aug 2016
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CU LAB: Trends in commercial litigation
Businesses should always be ready for litigation against them, but some trends are making certain types more likely.
Australia
28 Apr 2016
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High Court clarifies the scope of the proportionate liability regime in the Corporations Act
The proportionate liability regime in the Corporations Act was limited to the claim of misleading or deceptive conduct.
Australia
18 May 2015
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Shareholder class actions dodge a bullet
The US Supreme Court in Halliburton took a small step forward in reducing the costs of shareholder claims.
Australia
30 Jun 2014
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Known unknowns: Discovery and particulars of group members in class actions
The provision of accurate and complete information from discovery and particulars will facilitate rational bargaining.
Australia
25 Nov 2012
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Rules on litigation funders 'flawed'
The new regulations contain two omissions, by not imposing capital adequacy requirements or licensing regime on funders.
Australia
6 Aug 2012
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New reporting requirements for brokers
ASIC's market integrity rules are a shift in broker reporting obligations, requiring reports of "suspicious activities".
Australia
22 Jul 2012
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Whistleblower bounties a novel financial reform
New whistleblower provisions in the US grant monetary rewards to individuals who report illegal conduct to the SEC.
Australia
8 Nov 2011
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Global Reach Of US Securities Class Actions Curbed
The extra-territorial operation of US securities laws has been curbed by the United States Supreme Court in Morrison v National Australia Bank (08-1191), by requiring the purchase or sale of the security to be made in the United States, or involve a security listed on a domestic exchange.
Australia
30 Aug 2010
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Not As Easy As It Looks: Replacing A Responsible Entity Of An A-REIT
The key Corporations Act requirements for a member-instigated replacement of a responsible entity present important stumbling blocks or defences to the replacement of a responsible entity.
Australia
30 Mar 2009
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Regulator´s Sources Protected From Disclosure
The Full Federal Court's decision puts a brake on class action promoters being able to free-ride on a regulator's investigatory efforts.
Australia
6 Jan 2009
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Solvent Run-Off Scheme A First For Australia
Although widely used in the UK, solvent schemes for reinsurance run-off are only now being adopted in Australia.
Australia
3 Oct 2006
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