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Thought Leadership in Insolvency & Reconstruction 15 June 2017

The tables are turned: Shareholders examining liquidators – one liquidator’s attempt to prevent being publicly examined

The spotlight has moved on to liquidators, and it’s not being well received

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Thought Leadership in Dispute Resolution & Litigation 14 June 2017

Preventing disputes and managing litigation: 10 ways to help you avoid costly outcomes

Prevention is the best cure!

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Thought Leadership in Insolvency & Reconstruction 08 June 2017

Time on the side of liquidators: Unfair preferences have become ‘fair’ for preference payments

In certain circumstances, additional transactions can now be added to an existing unfair preference claims after the expiry of the time limit

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Thought Leadership in Workplace Relations 06 June 2017

Minimum Award Wages to increase by 3.3% from 1 July 2017

Pursuant to the 2017 annual wage review ruling which was issued by the Fair Work Commission on Tuesday, 6 June

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Thought Leadership in Intellectual Property 06 June 2017

Food labelling – get it right or face penalties

With less than two years to go, businesses must change their food labels to comply with new law

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Thought Leadership in Technology & Telecommunications 05 June 2017

It’s a hat trick: Doyles Guide recognises Madgwicks’ TMT Partner for third year in a row

Madgwicks’ technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) Partner, Dudley Kneller, has been  recognised in the 2017 Doyles Guide as a Recommended Technology, Media

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Thought Leadership in Property Services 01 June 2017

Valuer update: Are you aware of land tax implications relating to listed public company leases?

Tenants and landlords of listed public companies may have land tax considerations that they need to consider when extending leases.

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Thought Leadership in Insolvency & Reconstruction 30 May 2017

Bankruptcy law update: The case of a loan agreement creating a trust and avoiding the preference provisions – a setback for Trustees

A case handed down last week creates more road blocks for Trustees seeking to recover preferences from creditors of the bankrupt estate.

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Thought Leadership in Technology & Telecommunications 25 May 2017

Digital financial advice providers: how can a computer comply with the best interests duty?

With the rise of financial technology in Australia lawyers need to be aware of the compliance and risk issues associated with the rise of robo-advice platforms

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