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Clayton Utz acts for Macquarie Capital on $60 million MQA placement to increase APRR stake
21 Jul 2014
Clayton Utz has represented Macquarie Capital as Lead Manager on the placement by Macquarie Atlas Roads (MQA) of new MQA Stapled Securities to raise approximately $60 million.
Australian carbon price finally repealed
17 Jul 2014
The Australian Senate today passed the bills repealing the Clean Energy Act 2011, the centrepiece of the Australian carbon price scheme that commenced on 1 July 2012.
Australian carbon price repeal fails, for now
11 Jul 2014
The Australian Senate has rejected the bills repealing the Clean Energy Act 2011, the centrepiece of the Australian carbon price scheme.
Entrepreneurial class actions suffer a blow
10 Jul 2014
A simple decision on standing could have significant ramifications for a slew of shareholder class actions, as Ross McInnes and Alexandra Kennedy-Breit explain.
Future of Financial Advice reforms survive Senate challenge - but more changes on the way
17 Jul 2014
The newly reformed FoFA Regulations will be retained following the failure of a disallowance motion in the Senate, but further changes are expected later this year.
Financial System Inquiry Interim Report released
15 Jul 2014
The Financial System Inquiry says the Australian financial system is operating effectively and not requiring broad systemic change, but does need a refresh to allow it to continue to meet future challenges.
Doing Business in Australia: Takeover laws
10 Jul 2014
In this article taken from Clayton Utz's Doing Business in Australia, the essential guide for investors and business exploring commercial opportunities in Australia, we set out the basics of Australia's takeovers laws.
Sheesh! Kebab sellers' unauthorised trade mark certification a costly mistake
10 Jul 2014
Brett Doyle finds some food for thought in a recent case involving halal certification, trade marks, and some kebabs.
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