If you think your contract may have been repudiated, it is important to take care in how you deal with the other party so that your position is protected. Tim Jones, Dugan Cunningham and James Byrnes set out the pitfalls ? and how to avoid them.
09 Jul 2015
A renewed focus on enforcement action against unregistered interstate and overseas engineers has lessons for engineers both in private practice and those employed by a company or government department, says Tim Jones.
25 Jun 2015
Bidders and their directors can be more confident they will not breach the Corporations Act by announcing proposed takeover bids even if they have not arranged firm funding, following a Federal Court decision last Friday. Fred Prickett and Xuelin Teo see what this means for takeover bids and also directors' duties.
25 Jun 2015
The Victorian Court of Appeal has held that commencing a class action with the predominant purpose of generating legal fees is an abuse of process but this might not be the last word on the matter, says Andrew Morrison.
19 Feb 2015
If you understand how an ASIC investigation is likely to proceed, you can be better prepared and can ensure any investigation will run as smoothly, and with as little disruption to your business, as possible. Randal Dennings sets out each phase, and how you can be ready.
05 Feb 2015