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Buyer and seller beware: warranty and indemnity insurers may be in a stronger position than the seller

Australia - February 23 2016 The use of warranty and indemnity Insurance in commercial transactions has grown considerably in recent years. In particular, "Buyer Side Policies"...

Daniel Marquet.

Misleading or deceptive conduct in commercial transactions: always assume the ACL catches all

Australia - February 13 2015 Recent comments in the media suggest Australia's consumer protection laws are being exploited by "corporate giants" in large transactions.The...

Daniel Marquet.

Watch out for even broader reach of UK laws - the UK looks to create an offence of failing to prevent economic crimes

Australia - September 16 2014 The UK government is considering making it an offence for a commercial entity to fail to prevent economic crimes. If implemented, the proposal will...

Annette Hughes.

New South Wales Supreme Court finds senior employee entitled to 10 months’ reasonable notice of termination

Australia - September 9 2014 In Susanna Ma v Expeditors International Pty Ltd 2014 NSWSC 859 (30 June 2014), the New South Wales Supreme Court found that the reasonable notice...

Anthony Forsyth, Ruth Nocka.

Corruption inquiry into the 2022 World Cup: a Qatar own goal could mean Australia hosts

Australia - August 11 2014 A corruption investigation into the decision to award the 2022 World Cup to Qatar is about to conclude. Any damning findings may see the hosting...

Annette Hughes, John Fogarty.