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Piper Alderman e-Bulletin - Jul 2014

Welcome to the latest edition of Piper Alderman's e-Bulletin, which aims to provide accessible and informative summaries of recent significant legal developments.

In the July 2014 edition:

  • Not quite ten out of TEN! - Partner, Tom Griffith and Senior Associate, Elisabeth Pickthall
  • ASX releases guidance on performance share requirements - Partner, Craig Yeung and Associate, Jarrod Wilksch
  • Federal Court eggs the ACCC: video link for free range expert denied - Senior Associate, Ben Hartley
  • The importance of accurate subpoenas - Senior Associate, McKenzie Moore

Piper Alderman e-Bulletin - Jun 2014

Welcome to the latest edition of Piper Alderman's e-Bulletin, which aims to provide accessible and informative summaries of recent significant legal developments.

In the June 2014 edition:

  • Proposed reforms to dividend rules...yet again - Senior Associate, Bianca Battistella and Lawyer, Liberty Privopoulos
  • ASX release third edition of Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations - Senior Associate, Jen Tan and Lawyer, Liberty Privopoulos
  • Differing approaches by English and Australian Courts to defamation on social media - Partner, Tom Griffith and Senior Associate, Mitchell Coidan
  • Shareholders' agreement vs company constitution - can you rely on an inconsistency clause? - Senior Associate, Bianca Battistella and Lawyer, Liberty Privopoulos

Piper Alderman e-Bulletin - May 2014

Welcome to the latest edition of Piper Alderman's e-Bulletin, which aims to provide accessible and informative summaries of recent significant legal developments.

In the May 2014 edition:

  • Test for extinguishment of native title clarified - Senior Associate, Kelly Scott and Lawyer, Philippa Metljak
  • NSW Supreme Court finds senior employee's wife liable in Knowing Assistance Claim - Partner, Tom Griffith and Associate, Stefano Calabretta
  • "Oh my God, they killed Kenny!" - copyright infringement on YouTube settled - Associate, Cheryl Nemeth
  • ASX implements new timetables for rights issues - Senior Associate, Jen Tan and Lawyer, Liberty Privopoulos
  • Cappuccino per favour? High Court to reconsider foreign word trade mark - Associate, Cheryl Nemeth and Law Clerk, Claire Arthur
  • Look away now - when seized documents may be inspected by a liquidator under s483 of the Corporations Act - Lawyer, Daniel Coloe

Piper Alderman e-Bulletin - Apr 2014

In the April 2014 edition:

  • Shares: an instrument of crime? - Partner, Frank Lancione and Lawyer, Louise Cooper
  • Referral relationships with liquidator - when is this a conflict? - Associate, Sarah Drinkwater and Lawyer, Tim Logan
  • ASIC updates guidance on electronic offers of securities - Partners, Tom Griffith and Craig Yeung, and Associate, Jarrod Wilksch
  • Legal traps when buying or selling a business with followers, likers or subscribers - Partner, Craig Yeung and Associate, Jarrod Wilksch

Piper Alderman e-Bulletin - Mar 2014

In the March 2014 edition:

  • Misuse of confidential information: Group therapy gone wrong? - Senior Associate, Ben Hartley
  • High Court grants Doctor relief despite successful self-help sperm acquisition - Senior Associate, Juniper Watson
  • Abolition of ACNC confirmed - Partner, Tom Griffith
  • Excessive costs tax Court's patience - Senior Associate, Nathan Brunt

Piper Alderman e-Bulletin - Dec 2013

Welcome to the latest edition of Piper Alderman's e-Bulletin, which aims to provide accessible and informative summaries of recent significant legal developments.

In the December 2013 edition:

  • Brewed awakening for coffee giant over foreign language trade marks - Modena Trading Pty Ltd v Cantarella Bros Pty Ltd [2013] FCAFC 110
  • Minerals Resource Rent Tax reforms
  • Disclosure and analysts briefings
  • What are your employees doing in the course of employment? - Comcare v PVYW

Piper Alderman e-Bulletin - Nov 2013

Welcome to the latest edition of Piper Alderman's e-Bulletin, which aims to provide accessible and informative summaries of recent significant legal developments.

In the November 2013 edition:

  • Unions struck on the forge: Lessons for Insolvency Practitioners and Directors from the Federal Court - Partner, Michael Lhuede and Senior Associate, Ben Hartley
  • The right to silence - Partner, Tom Griffith
  • Position paper on Privacy Law Regulation Amendments - Senior Associate, Brooke Willshire and Lawyer, Louise Cooper
  • ASX flags reforms for Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations - Partner, Craig Yeung and Associate, Jarrod Wilksch

Piper Alderman e-Bulletin - Oct 2013

Welcome to the latest edition of Piper Alderman's e-Bulletin, which aims to provide accessible and informative summaries of recent significant legal developments. In this month's edition:

  • Smartphones and social media under the Workplace Surveillance Act (NSW) 2005
  • New Heavy Vehicle National Law: Are you ready?
  • New service standards for processing application by NSW Miners
  • Are standard form dispute resolution clauses enforceable?

Piper Alderman e-Bulletin - Sep 2013

Welcome to the latest edition of Piper Alderman's e-Bulletin, keeping you up to date with recent significant legal developments.

In the September 2013 edition:

  • Caution when "dragging along" shareholders - Bianca Battistella, Senior Associate
  • Government canvasses new employee share scheme arrangements for start-ups- Craig Yeung, Partner and Jarrod Wilksch, Associate
  • Is it pozible to kickstart your business in this economic environment?- Rohan Pardasani, Associate and Philip Chow, Law Clerk
  • Court upholds the removal of a unitholder by other unitholders- Bianca Battistella, Senior Associate and Liberty Privopoulos, Law Graduate

Piper Alderman e-Bulletin - Aug 2013

Welcome to the latest edition of Piper Alderman's e-Bulletin, keeping you up to date with recent significant legal developments.

In the August 2013 edition:

  • The importance of registration under the PPSA: Ownership will not prevail, it’s all about priority! - Bianca Battistella, Senior Associate, Maria Capati, Senior Associate and Ryan Ainscough, Lawyer
  • Joint venture structures in mining and resources projects - Shao Ma, Lawyer
  • ASIC’s recent regulatory activity - Craig Yeung, Partner,  Jarrod Wilksch, Associate and John Beilby, Lawyer
  • High Court adopts broad interpretation of market manipulation - Frank Lancione, Partner and Louise Cooper, Lawyer
  • Minerals Resource Rent Tax survives High Court challenge - Lauren Singh, Lawyer
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