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On 23 May 2019, the NSW Supreme Court handed down its decision on which of the five shareholder class actions filed against AMP Ltd (AMP) will be allowed to…
The Notifiable Data Breaches scheme (February 2018), enacted new obligations for both government agencies and private sector organisations that were already…
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Welcome to Edition 110 of Boardroom Brief.

This is a service specifically targeted at the needs of busy non-executive directors. We aim to give you a “heads…

Australia generally welcomes foreign investment. The Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) screens certain foreign investment proposals on a case-by-case…

Jacinda Ardern and Emmanuel Macron have rallied world leaders and tech companies this week at an international summit in Paris to announce the ‘Christchurch…

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Should ASIC adopt the ‘litigate first’ approach to enforcement and has it been insufficiently tough on banks? Or have we gone too far in our preoccupation…

An ahead market in the national electricity market (NEM) is a step closer, with the Australian Energy Market Commission recently issuing a consultation…

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Welcome to Edition 109 of Boardroom Brief.

This is a service specifically targeted at the needs of busy non-executive directors. We aim to give you…

This 2019 guide provides corporate counsel and international practitioners with a comprehensive worldwide legal analysis of the laws and regulations…

The High Court’s decision in the high-profile Rinehart/Hancock dispute highlights the importance of drafting clear arbitration clauses if they are to be…

Yesterday afternoon (8 May) the ACCC announced its decision to block the proposed $15 billion merger between TPG Telecom Ltd (TPG) and Vodafone Hutchison…

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The requirement for strict technical compliance with notice provisions has been extended beyond guarantees, particularly where there is some immediate and…

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