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Gilbert + Tobin


  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. Your guide to the ACL Consumer Guarantees

    Australia - November 6 2014

    With the ACL Consumer Guarantees continuing to rank highly on the ACCC's enforcement priorities, now is an appropriate time for businesses to review

  3. When will a dividend be mandatory?: Wambo Coal Pty Ltd v Sumiseki Materials Co Ltd 2014 NSWCA 326

    Australia - November 18 2014

    This case illustrates that whether a dividend is mandatory depends on the true construction of the relevant provisions (in this case in the company's

  4. Guidance on when a contractual breach will be remedied: Heugh v Central Petroleum Ltd No 5 2014 WASC 311

    Australia - November 18 2014

    This case provides useful insight into when a serious breach of a contract will be remedied, in this case in the context of an employment contract

  5. 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

  1. ASIC facilitates employee incentive schemes with new class orders

    Australia - November 19 2014

    Following a lengthy consultation period, ASIC has released new class order relief for both listed and unlisted companies and a new Regulatory Guide

  2. ASIC consults on electronic disclosure

    Australia - November 19 2014

    ASIC has released Consultation Paper 224 to seek submissions on a range of proposals that will facilitate financial services providers using

  3. ASX facilitates back door listings

    Australia - November 19 2014

    Recent changes to ASX Listing Rules Guidance Note 12 demonstrate a willingness by the ASX to relax technical compliance with the ASX Listing Rules

  4. ASIC publishes its 2014-15 Strategic Outlook

    Australia - November 19 2014

    ASIC's 2014-15 Strategic Outlook highlights the key challenges ASIC sees to the market it regulates and how it will respond using its surveillance

  5. ASX consults on naming conventions for debt and hybrid securities

    Australia - November 18 2014

    ASX's proposed guidance on naming conventions for debt and hybrid securities should assist retail investors to gain a better understanding of the