Safe harbour provisions for distressed companies
Safe Harbour protection is designed to provide relief to distressed companies to improve the prospects of implementing a successful turnaround strategy.
Two Bites At The Cherry - Former Spouse Fails in Contesting a Will
The New South Wales Court of Appeal recently considered the circumstances in which a former spouse can pursue a claim against a deceased estate.
Is contract termination on insolvency clause still enforceable?
With recent changes to the Corporations Act 2001 the so-called ‘ipso facto’ clauses are only enforceable with court approval in the insolvency context.
Litigation: The Risks of Self-Representation
The court decision in Cristovao v Tan Tan Lawyers Pty Ltd confirms the importance of seeking appropriate advice, given by qualified professionals, prior to involvement in litigation.
Are you sure your toddler’s snacks are healthy?
ACCC successfully prosecutes misleading or deceptive conduct claim for sugary snack food. The health benefits of SHREDZ were misleading, particularly given the product was made up of almost two-thirds sugar content.
Buying a Property With Plans to Redevelop?
If you’re an experienced property developer or a first-time speculator, seeking advice prior to purchasing a property to redevelop is a crucial first step.
Misleading Valuation of Commercial Property
In Chowder Bay Pty Ltd v Paganin the Federal Court of Australia considered the circumstance of a valuer being sued for the alleged misleading and deceptive valuation of commercial property.
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