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Clyde & Co
The Australian Federal Government announced temporary amendments, effective 24 March 2020, to insolvency and corporations law in response to the challenges that businesses are facing as a result of the COVID-19 crisis.
Stacks Law Firm
The article concerns the liability of managers and directors, about how their organisations should respond to the pandemic.
McCullough Robertson
The Government has implemented a number of measures to protect directors from Australia's harsh insolvent trading law.
Bartier Perry
As it moves to a new phase of responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, the law firm is committed to working with its clients.
Jones Day
The Situation: The High Court of Australia has allowed an appeal brought by the Australian corporate regulator, confirming that the definition of 'officer' under Australia's corporations legislation includes any person...
Clyde & Co
In a recent decision, the High Court of Australia has provided important clarification about the meaning of the term ‘officer' within s.9 of the Corporations Act.
Cooper Grace Ward
You should become familiar with the many responsibilities of a voluntary board member of a not-for-profit school.
Holley Nethercote commercial & financial services lawyers
Corporate culture has been an emphasis of financial services and was a primary focus of the Hayne Royal Commission.
Kott Gunning
These amendments will have significant impacts on the personal liability of directors of companies in financial distress.
Cooper Grace Ward
HC considered the scope of the definition of company ‘officer' & commented about its application in various contexts.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Article addresses practical steps that boards need to take to protect their businesses & discharge their directors' duties?
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
What should directors be considering to mitigate the risks caused by COVID-19 and to meet their disclosure obligations?
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Directors may seek sanctuary from personal liability in the safe harbour regime, a relatively recent addition to the Act.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Directors and members of a company in liquidation can both make an application to the Court to undo a winding up order.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Illegal phoenix activity is the stripping and transferring assets from an insolvent company to evade repaying creditors.
Clyde & Co
Whilst decommissioning of offshore and onshore sites is a nascent industry in Australia, it is an industry that is set to become increasingly prominent in coming years.
Herbert Smith Freehills
In the context of BlackRock's climate ‘epiphany' last month, as well as clear indications from significant fund managers such as Sir Christopher Hohn's TCI Funds Management...
Herbert Smith Freehills
In 2019, ASIC and ASX have had a continued focus on enhancing the integrity and corporate governance practices of entities seeking to conduct IPOs, with ASX's amendments to the Listing ...
Holley Nethercote commercial & financial services lawyers
Directors must make sure their actions ensure that the responsible entity complies with the Act & the constitution itself.
Cooper Grace Ward
The ATO issues a Director Penalty Notice (DPN), so that it can start collecting GST debts personally from the director.
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