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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

Wingecarribee Shire Council v Lehman Brothers Australia Ltd (in liq) 2012 FCA 1028

Australia - September 26 2012 In one of the first cases in the world to hold an investment bank liable for its conduct in the lead up to the global financial crisis, the Federal Court of Australia found last Friday that the Australian branch of Lehman Brothers, formerly Grange Securities, breached its fiduciary duty and engaged in misleading and deceptive conduct in its financial and investment advice to local Councils

Selling on Social: How does advertising and social media currently coexist?

Australia - April 12 2017 A scantily clad, blonde ex-Bachelor contestant lies sprawled on a day bed, seductively tousling her locks and averting her gaze from the lens of the

Letters of intent in construction

Australia - February 14 2013 The use of a LOI can be beneficial as it can allow the parties to get a head start on the construction program in a number of useful ways, allowing

Safe Harbour and Ipso Facto insolvency law reforms - What you need to know

Australia - April 14 2017 On 28 March 2017 the Federal Government released for public consultation draft legislation (Treasury Laws Amendment (2017 Enterprise Incentives No

The yo-yo of housing affordability policies

Australia - April 21 2017 After a week of defending tax cuts destined to create a bigger budget deficit with no perceptible benefit, the Federal Government has gone back to

Safe Harbour and Ipso Facto insolvency law reforms - What you need to know

Australia - April 14 2017 On 28 March 2017 the Federal Government released for public consultation draft legislation (Treasury Laws Amendment (2017 Enterprise Incentives No

Federal Government compromises on small business company tax cuts; the measures risk putting Australia into a bigger deficit

Australia - April 13 2017 Senator Nick Xenophon and the Federal Government recently agreed to a compromise that should see the Federal Government deliver some of its

Selling on Social: How does advertising and social media currently coexist?

Australia - April 12 2017 A scantily clad, blonde ex-Bachelor contestant lies sprawled on a day bed, seductively tousling her locks and averting her gaze from the lens of the

Competition and Consumer Act Amendment Bills introduced into Parliament, but with further changes

Australia - April 12 2017 Two years after the Competition Policy Review chaired by Professor Ian Harper (Harper Review) delivered its final report on 31 March 2015, the