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Federal Court disqualifies liquidator for breach of duties

Australia - November 20 2019 The Federal Court of Australia recently struck off an insolvency practitioner from the register of liquidators and restrained him for ten years for…

Andrew Lacey

The ACCC updates its Immunity and Cooperation Policy for Cartel Conduct

Australia - October 21 2019 From 1 October 2019, the ACCC's updated Immunity and Cooperation Policy for Cartel Conduct (the Policy) will apply to those seeking immunity for…

Jennifer Bradley, Chiara Rawlins

De facto partners and the law of intestacy - it’s all about the facts

Australia - October 10 2019 Last week the Supreme Court of New South Wales handed down judgment in an estate dispute where it applied the law of intestacy to a complex factual…

Andrew Lacey, Guy Lewis

Mind over matter: NSW Court of Appeal emphasises lay evidence over expert medical evidence on the question of testamentary capacity

Australia - September 16 2019 How do you determine whether a person had testamentary capacity at the moment they prepared their will? In Drivas v Jakopovic [2019] NSWCA 218, such…

Liliana Freeman, Andrew Lacey

Resetting the stopwatch for setting aside statutory demands: how long do you have?

Australia - September 10 2019 Like many areas of insolvency law, statutory demands have strict procedural requirements as to the timing by which documents must be served. But how…

Andrew Lacey