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Clarendon Lawyers | Australia | 3 Dec 2020

Hostility and threats pose no bar to shareholder’s inspection of books

Section 247A of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) (Act) is a useful tool which lets shareholders seek Court orders allowing them to inspect a company’s…
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Clarendon Lawyers | Australia | 1 Dec 2020

COVID-19: Stand downs & JobKeeper directions - What are the courts and tribunals saying?

This year in Australia, the COVID-19 pandemic has prompted mass stand downs under the existing Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) (FW Act) provisions…
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Clarendon Lawyers | Australia | 24 Sep 2020

Update: Changes to Australian insolvency regime extended until 31 December 2020

This is an update to our previous insight article Major short-term changes to Australian insolvency regime which discussed the introduction of Parts 2…
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Clarendon Lawyers | Australia | 25 Aug 2020

Clarendons wins back-to-back Australian Boutique Law Firm of the Year Awards

Clarendons is thrilled to announce that it has been awarded Australian Boutique Law Firm of the Year at the Australasian Law Awards for the second…
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Clarendon Lawyers | Australia | 13 Aug 2020

Clarendons recognised by Doyle’s Guide

Clarendon Lawyers is proud to once again be recognised by Doyle’s Guide as a leader in corporate and commercial law in Victoria for 2020. The ranking…
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Clarendon Lawyers | Australia | 10 Aug 2020

Standard form contract clauses found to be unfair and invalid by the Federal Court

On 28 May 2020, the Federal Court handed down the decision in ASIC v Bendigo, which found that certain terms in standard form small business loan…
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Clarendon Lawyers | Australia | 10 Aug 2020

Update: Corporate electronic execution extended until 2021

This is an update to our previous insight article Corporate electronic execution temporarily permitted which discussed the introduction of the…
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Clarendon Lawyers | Australia | 23 Jul 2020

Warranties and Indemnities in the M&A Context

Commercial risks are present in any given M&A transaction, risks that if were known earlier may affect the parties’ willingness to complete. Buyers…
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Clarendon Lawyers | Australia | 30 Jun 2020

Director Identification Numbers Incoming: Bob Marley, Homer Simpson & Elvis can’t be directors anymore.

The passage of the Treasury Laws Amendment (registries Modernisation and Other Measures) Bill 2019 (the Treasury Bill) is the latest step by the…
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Clarendon Lawyers | Australia | 25 Jun 2020

Significant reforms proposed for Australia’s foreign investment framework

On Friday, 5 June 2020 the Federal Treasurer announced sweeping changes to Australia’s foreign investment framework. The proposed reforms are being…
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