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Piper Alderman

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  1. Australia

    1. Adelaide SA

      Level 16, 70 Franklin Street, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia T 61 8 8205 3333 F 61 8 8205 3300
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    3. Melbourne VIC

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    4. Sydney NSW

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  1. Indemnity clauses in commercial contracts: how to achieve desired contractual risk allocation

    Australia - June 7 2011

    An indemnity clause is a contractual transfer of risk between two contractual parties generally to prevent loss or compensate for a loss which may occur as a result of a specified event

  2. Top three tips for bodies corporate carrying out works on common property

    Australia - October 14 2014

    Increasingly, Bodies Corporate in Queensland and across the country are carrying out construction projects designed to repair or improve their common

  3. The price for being “unreasonable” Body Corporate ordered to pay costs in management rights dispute

    Australia - October 13 2014

    The Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal is ordinarily a "no cost" jurisdiction - meaning that parties to a dispute ordinary bear their own

  4. ESOP tax changes announced

    Australia - October 14 2014

    The Federal Government today announced the changes it foreshadowed to the tax treatment of Employee Share and Option Plans (ESOPS). The changes are

  5. Half pregnant: an “effects” test with a “purpose” defence?

    Australia - October 20 2014

    There has been controversy concerning the submission of the ACCC to the Competition Policy Review that section 46, the abuse of dominance provision

  1. National champions: the global economy and Australian consumers

    Australia - October 20 2014

    The ACCC has been unconvinced by arguments that Australia needs to allow mergers to create "national champions" that are able to compete in the

  2. Merger clearance proposals: should process determine outcome?

    Australia - October 20 2014

    In the recent MacGen case, the intending acquirer successfully applied to the Australian Competition Tribunal for authorisation after the ACCC

  3. Half pregnant: an “effects” test with a “purpose” defence?

    Australia - October 20 2014

    There has been controversy concerning the submission of the ACCC to the Competition Policy Review that section 46, the abuse of dominance provision

  4. Court’s free range decision may impact pricing

    Australia - October 20 2014

    The Federal Court recently found that Pirovic Enterprises misled or deceived consumers by representing eggs as "free range" and with its egg cartons

  5. ACCC gets tough with company officers following section 155 notices

    Australia - October 20 2014

    The ACCC has recently brought criminal proceedings against two corporate officers in relation to investigative notices issued by the Regulator