The Panama Papers might be a nine-day wonder in the media, but as Sean Mullins and Jonathan Slater explain, the repercussions could go on for years, and go beyond tax to corporate governance.
14 Apr 2016
Your fixed term contract expires and you act as if it's still in operation. What does that mean for your business? Ian Bloemendal, Natalie Watson and Erica Flude set out your options, and how you can best protect yourself from some unintended consequences.
14 Apr 2016
Receiving a subpoena, as a non-party or third party to proceedings, can be a daunting and burdensome experience, but it may be possible to narrow the range of the documents or even have the subpoena set aside. Lana Kelly explains one of the commonly argued grounds: that the subpoena is oppressive.
17 Mar 2016
Even if your organization is not involved in litigation itself as a party, you might still find you are embroiled in someone else's fight if they decide you have documents that are relevant to their court battle, but happily there is a way to recover those costs, as Matthew Edwards demonstrates.
03 Mar 2016
Tim Jones, James Byrnes and Alex James explain why you need to appropriately limit the searches required, map the extraction and store documents in a suitable document management system.
18 Feb 2016