October 6, 2016

Dangerous appointments – why section 436A resolutions should not be passed in Kings Cross Hotels

In the matter of Condor Blanco Mines Ltd [2016] NSWSC 1196 (30 August 2016) (“Condor Blanco Mines“)  In the recent matter of Condor Blanco Mines, the New South […]
September 23, 2016

Directors and advisers can be sued for a company’s wrongdoing – Fair Work and third-party liability

In a first of its kind, the Fair Work Ombudsman has commenced proceedings against an accounting firm for their involvement in contraventions of workplace laws committed by […]
September 23, 2016

Accounting firm sued for its client’s wrongdoing – Fair Work and third-party liability

In a first of its kind, the Fair Work Ombudsman has commenced proceedings against an accounting firm for its involvement in contraventions of workplace laws committed […]
April 7, 2016

Shorter Bankruptcies to Save the Economy? ARITA concedes that the Government’s proposed Insolvency Reform could leave the system open to rorting

Welcome to the Ideas Boom reads the tagline for the Commonwealth Government’s National Innovation & Science Agenda’s webpage. Under the heading Insolvency Law Reform the reasons behind the proposed […]
March 15, 2016

A New Resolution at the First meeting of Creditors under Administration

Hancock, in the matter of Tarleton & Peters Pty Limited (Administrator Appointed) [2015] FCA 1058 (24 September 2015) and Hancock, in the matter of Tarleton & Peters Pty […]