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Injunctions- How to Obtain One

Filed under: Contract Law, Corporate, Commercial Law, Business Law, Contracts and Agreements

Getting an injunction is more difficult, risky and expensive than most people think. It is not just a matter of telling your lawyer to “get an urgent...

Who Should Draft a Shareholders Agreement?

Filed under: Corporate, Business Law, Partnership and Shareholder issues

Forming a company in Australia requires the lodgement of a form with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC). If you are looking to...

The risks of accepting electronic signatures

Filed under: Corporate, Commercial Law, Business Law

The recent decision of the NSW Court of Appeal in Williams Group Australia Pty Ltd v Crocker (handed down on 22 September) involved the common situation...

Another spotlight on directors: Why the “box ticking” approach to disclosure documents will not cut it

Filed under: Corporate, Commercial Law, Business Law

The Federal Court has recently found that the Chairman of a former ASX listed company breached his directors duties after he signed off on a number of...

2015 FIRB Reforms: A new regime for foreign investment in Australia

Filed under: Corporate, Commercial Law, Business Law

The most significant reforms to Australia’s foreign investment framework in over 40 years will take effect from 1 December 2015. The Commonwealth Government...

Backdoor listings are back in vogue - Five key tips if you are considering undertaking one

Filed under: Corporate, Commercial Law, Business Law

Australian capital markets are witnessing a resurgence of backdoor listings. Backdoor listings were largely unregulated and consequently relatively...


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