The Hamersley v Forge case confirms that in a liquidation a security interest created under the PPSA will render worthless any set-off rights that...
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The Hamersley v Forge case confirms that in a liquidation a security interest created under the PPSA will render worthless any set-off rights that account debtors may have had against the transferor.
Five key takeaways for the good and agribusiness sector from the Agri Investor Australia Forum including foreign and strategic investment insights.
A FWC decision highlights employers' obligations to employees with a mental illness, finding an employer failed to provide due process to an incapacitated employee after misconstruing his extended...
FWC overturns decision of first instance which held that the dispute resolution clause of an enterprise agreement permitted the FWC to arbitrate a dispute, even though the parties had not each...
FWC awards compensation to employee who was unfairly dismissed after making a "crude and immature" Facebook post suggesting a female colleague provided sexual favours to their boss.
Unfair dismissal claim by employee who was subject only to ‘informal’ performance management steps refused, signifying a substance over form approach to managing underperformance.
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Three KWM solicitors have been recognised in the 2017 Lawyers Weekly 30 Under 30, as testament to the true impact the firm’s young lawyers are already making on the business of law.
KWM has advised one of Australia’s largest listed residential land developers, Peet Limited, on its offering of ‘simple corporate bonds’, with the group seeking to raise $50 million.
KWM is acting for Dexus in relation to its A$500 million institutional placement.
KWM has advised Charter Hall's Prime Office Fund and Direct Office Fund on the transaction for consideration of a planned A-grade office tower in Parramatta for $229 million.
King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) was recognised with two awards at the 2017 Financial Times Asia-Pacific Innovative Lawyers Awards in Hong Kong
KWM represented Gene Gibson, an indigenous Pintupi man, on a landmark pro-bono case in Western Australia that saw his conviction for manslaughter unanimously overturned
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The China Bank Regulatory Commission (CBRC) has issued a set of new rules (Rules) aimed at:
controlling a broad...
While the new tax rules are aimed at foreign vendors, Australian residents might similarly find themselves caught by the new regime when acquiring certain Australian assets.
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