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30/09/16
 In Focus

Lawyers in TMT practices are confronting some of the most challenging issues of our time, while navigating the fast-changing demands of clients in search of more value. Ben Abbott from Australasian Lawyer chats to Bernadette Jew in this feature.

27/09/16

In this chapter of The Strategic View: Business Crime 2016, Special Counsel Stephanie Wee and Lawyer Ghassan Kassisieh examine recent enforcement actions taking place in Australia against the financial services industry.

23/09/16
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Eli Fisher, co-editor of Communications Law Bulletin, sits down with partner Peter Leonard to discuss recent developments in privacy and data protection law.

15/09/16

Welcome to the latest edition of the WA Energy + Resources Update.

15/09/16
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By George Samman

George is a blockchain and cryptocurrency consultant and advisor to global financial institutions and startups. Here, George discusses the trend towards blockchain privacy.

12/09/16

By Elizabeth Avery, Simon Muys and Matt Rubinstein

Exposure draft legislation was released today to amend the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 ( CCA ) in line with the majority of the recommendations of the Harper Review. The controversial proposed changes to section 46 of the CCA (misuse of market power) will be implemented according to the “Full Harper” formulation.

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30/09/16

Gilbert + Tobin is pleased to announce it has advised Dubai-listed logistics and transportation leader, Aramex on its strategic e-commerce joint venture with Australia Post.

30/09/16

Gilbert + Tobin are thrilled to have been named National Law Firm of the Year (Australia) for a consecutive year at the 2016 Asia-Pacific Dispute Resolution Awards held in Hong Kong.

29/09/16

Gilbert + Tobin Competition + Regulation partner Moya Dodd has been included on the Australian Financial Review and Westpac 100 Women of Influence Awards.

26/09/16

Gilbert + Tobin is pleased to announce that it is advising SAI Global Limited (SAI) on the recommended scheme proposal from Casmar Holdings Pte. Limited, an entity controlled by Baring Private Equity Asia (Casmar).

24/09/16

Gilbert + Tobin acted for the lenders on Pacific Equity Partners’ $232 million acquisition of ASX-listed food manufacturing company Patties Foods, the maker of brands such as Herbert Adams, Nanna's and Four 'N Twenty pies. The takeover was effected on Thursday 22 September by scheme of arrangement and involved Commonwealth Bank of Australia, the Australia branch of Coöperatieve Rabobank U.A., National Australia Bank Limited and Westpac Banking Corporation as lenders. 

22/09/16

Gilbert + Tobin is pleased to have advised Qube as part of a joint consortium on one of Australia’s largest and most complex takeovers. Comprised of the Qube consortium and the Brookfield consortium, this joint consortium acquired Asciano Limited for a landmark $9.05 billion. Gilbert + Tobin was also the lead competition counsel for the consortium.