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Consequential loss: court revisits the approach in 'Peerless'

Australia, United Kingdom - October 9 2013 The phrase "consequential loss" is very commonly used in exclusion and limitation of liability clauses. Despite its widespread use and a significant...

Employee share schemes: a better deal for “start-ups”

Australia - August 9 2013 The Australian Government recently released a Discussion Paper on the administrative and tax arrangements applicable to employee share...

Drag along gone wrong?

Australia - July 25 2013 Shareholders’ agreements commonly include what are known as “drag along” provisions. Typically the drag along clause enables a majority shareholder to...

Contractual interpretation: when words are not enough

Australia - July 18 2013 When it comes to interpreting contracts, the standard approach is to give words their natural and ordinary meaning. But just how literal do you have...

Risky business: collaborative bidding in M&A sale processes

Australia - June 12 2013 The M&A sale process has always been a fertile place for ingenious strategies, careful transaction planning and creative deal structuring. Joint...