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Gilbert + Tobin

Offices

  1. Australia

    1. Melbourne VIC

      Level 22, 101 Collins Street, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia T 61 3 8656 3300 F 61 3 8656 3400
    2. Sydney NSW

      Level 37, 2 Park Street, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia T 61 2 9263 4000 F 61 2 9263 4111
    3. West Perth WA

      1202 Hay Street, West Perth WA 6005, Australia T 61 8 9413 8400 F 61 8 9413 8444
  2. Hong Kong

    1. Hong Kong Arculli and Associates (in alliance with Gilbert + Tobin)

      2012 Hutchison House, 10 Harcourt Rd Central, Hong Kong, Hong Kong T 852 2882 0880 F 852 2882 0888
  1. Wholly-owned subsidiaries: same same but different

    Australia - April 8 2014

    Wholly-owned subsidiaries might exist for a number of reasons, whether it be for quarantining assets and liabilities, satisfying foreign legal

  2. Avoiding expropriation and managing political risk in emerging markets

    Australia - July 13 2012

    As Australian and other Western resource companies increasingly look to invest in emerging markets, particularly in Africa, managing political risk is becoming more important to their business

  3. Asia region funds passport

    Asia-Pacific - March 19 2015

    The Asia Region Funds Passport (Passport) is a region-wide initiative to facilitate the offer of interests in certain collective investment schemes

  4. Learning from failed ICT projects

    Australia - February 28 2013

    Complex ICT projects regularly involve high degrees of risk, are frequently subject to substantial cost and time overruns and, importantly, often

  5. Near field communication (NFC) in Australia

    Australia - February 25 2015

    It allows a user to wave a device with an NFC chip over another device containing an NFC reader to send information to it.Whereas earlier systems

  1. Asia region funds passport

    Asia-Pacific - March 19 2015

    The Asia Region Funds Passport (Passport) is a region-wide initiative to facilitate the offer of interests in certain collective investment schemes

  2. Crowd sourced equity funding update 16 March 2015

    Australia - March 16 2015

    The Australian Treasury has recently published its discussion paper Crowdsourced Equity Funding, drawing on submissions relating to CAMAC's

  3. Blurred lines in music copyright

    USA - March 13 2015

    In a landmark US decision, Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams hit Blurred Lines has been found to infringe copyright in Marvin Gaye's 1977 hit Got to

  4. Reforms to be made to UK groundless threats rules

    Australia, United Kingdom - March 5 2015

    The UK government has outlined measures to reform the groundless threats regime, responding to proposals published by the Law Commission last year

  5. Institutional shareholder activism: new draft guidance from ASIC provides a refresher on association

    Australia - March 2 2015

    Consistent with global trends, shareholder activism, particularly by institutional investors, has been on the rise in Australia, grabbing headlines in