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Clayton Utz

The statutory demand minefield: lessons from recent set aside applications

Australia - June 25 2015 Despite what appears to be a fairly straightforward legislative regime, creditors' statutory demands appear to generate an entirely disproportionate

Amendments to Copyright Act will strengthen copyright holders' rights online

Australia - June 29 2015 Until now there has been no efficient mechanism for copyright owners and exclusive licensees to block access to online locations based overseas that

Leases of serial-numbered goods for less than 1 year won't be deemed security interests under PPSA

Australia - June 26 2015 Unless they are "in substance" security interests that secure payment or performance of an obligation, leases or bailments of serial numbered goods

Redefining directors’ liability in the Northern Territory: environmental offences considered

Australia - June 25 2015 Directors’ liability for corporate offences has been redefined in 40 Acts and two Regulations in the Northern Territory, including when a director

Can OHS regulators compel production of board minutes and commercially sensitive information?

Australia - June 25 2015 The WHS regulator has power to require production of documents when investigating a contravention, or in enforcing and monitoring compliance with

CU LAB: taxation of non-residents impact on E&R projects

Australia - June 30 2015 Phil Bisset picks through the complexities of how non-residents investing in E&R projects are taxed in Australia. Click here to view video

Amendments to Copyright Act will strengthen copyright holders' rights online

Australia - June 29 2015 Until now there has been no efficient mechanism for copyright owners and exclusive licensees to block access to online locations based overseas that

Leases of serial-numbered goods for less than 1 year won't be deemed security interests under PPSA

Australia - June 26 2015 Unless they are "in substance" security interests that secure payment or performance of an obligation, leases or bailments of serial numbered goods

Have your say on Queensland’s State Infrastructure Plan

Australia - June 25 2015 Feedback is being sought by the Queensland Government on the Delivering an Infrastructure Plan for Queensland directions paper which outlines the

Can OHS regulators compel production of board minutes and commercially sensitive information?

Australia - June 25 2015 The WHS regulator has power to require production of documents when investigating a contravention, or in enforcing and monitoring compliance with