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Rush reminder: beware of defamation proceedings

Source: NewsCorp Australia A recent decision of the Federal Court has awarded $850,000 in damages to actor Geoffrey Rush, with further damages to be assessed…
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ACCC Drives Important Changes Impacting Transport Operators

On 1 April 2019 the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) effectively struck out two key clauses from a contract of a major terminal operator…
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Remuneration scrutinised by the Federal Court of Australia

A recent Federal Court of Australia decision shed some light on the requirements for remuneration of liquidators. A copy of the decision can be found…
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Liquidators personally responsible despite not parties to the proceeding! Test for unreasonableness
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Is the Court’s stamp out of ink? A review of liquidators’ settlement applications
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Last call to renew all seven-year Personal Property Security Registrations
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Failed attempt at defamation by email: win for Pragma in the Courts
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Understanding your rights under the Independent Contractors Act
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Federal Parliament passes first anti-modern slavery legislation

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