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Class action litigation funders hit a hurdle as the High Court strikes down common fund orders

Australia - December 4 2019 The litigation funders underwriting Australia's booming class actions industry have hit a setback, with the High Court deciding today that the common...

Greg Williams, Alexandra Rose, Andrew Morrison, Nicholas Mavrakis, Colin Loveday, Fred Prickett, Ross McInnes, Jonathan Slater, David Benson.

"Don't it always seem to go, you don't know what you've got 'til it's gone": the value of a lost commercial opportunity

Australia - July 19 2018 In business, and in litigation, parties are often faced with the dilemma - but for another party's conduct, I would have done "X" - and now the...

Danielle Davison, Bianca Fernandez.

Documents you give to other parties in litigation can end up with the ATO

Australia - March 29 2018 In handing over any documents in litigation or Court process, you must assess whether or not the documents have tax relevance. All parties in...

Luke Furness, Peter Hickey, Philip Bisset.

Get it right! There's no substitute for clear drafting in property dealings

Australia - February 15 2018 The primary source in interpreting an easement or any other registered dealing must be the terms of the document. Parties can assume significant risks...

Anna Trevor, Michael Richardson.

Foreign investors in Australian resources projects receive important income tax guidance from Federal Court

Australia - February 12 2018 All foreign investors into Australian companies, especially resources companies, will need to review their approach to Australian tax risks...

Peter Hickey, Philip Bisset.