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ASIC seeks to restrict stub equity, ACCC's Acacia Ridge rejection overturned and other developments
Insight 17 Jun 2019

ASIC seeks to restrict stub equity in control transactions; ASX reiterates its position on naming counterparties when announcing material transactions; ACCC's Acacia Ridge rejection overturned by ...

Penalties for Garuda and Jetstar; the ACCC investigates the wine grape market; and consultation on the ACCC's proposed collective bargaining class exemption.
Insight 14 Jun 2019

PT Garuda grounded as air cargo cartel penalties get heavier The Federal Court has ordered PT Garuda Indonesia to pay penalties totalling $19 million for its involvement in a global air cargo cartel. This follows the ACCC's court action ...

What's next for impact investing in Australia?
Insight 11 Jun 2019

The Australian impact investing market has grown considerably in recent years. This growth has largely been attributed to a surge of impact investments that focus on environmental, rather than social, outcomes, which is in contrast to ...

ASIC steps up its attack on the use of stub equity in control transactions
Insight 06 Jun 2019

ASIC has issued its promised consultation paper on the use of stub equity in control transactions, which will, if adopted, have the potential to make the use of stub equity as an alternative form of consideration in schemes and takeovers ...

Developers should tread carefully following dramatic stamp duty changes in Victoria
Insight 05 Jun 2019

The Victorian Government has proposed amendments to the Duties Act 2000 (Vic) (Duties Act), which could have a dramatic impact on the stamp duty outcomes for development projects, particularly for residential developments, and other fee ...

Lag and loss: managing the impacts of delay in project delivery
Insight 04 Jun 2019

Three recent UK decisions highlight contractual mechanisms for managing aspects of risks associated with delay in project delivery. Projects Partner Leighton O'Brien considers the implications for projects in Australasia. Prevention is ...

Report: National Electricity & Gas Rules Update: May 2019
Insight 01 Jun 2019

In this update we summarise the progress of new and existing rule change requests across the month of May and take a closer look at the AEMC's final report on the regulatory framework for stand-alone power systems. For more, download the ...

ACCC's PZ Cussons laundry detergent cartel appeal goes down the drain; ACCC Chair talks merger law reforms and digital platforms; and Kogan in court for misleading discount promotions.
Insight 29 May 2019

ACCC's PZ Cussons laundry detergent cartel appeal goes down the drain The Full Court of the Federal Court of Australia has dismissed the ACCC's appeal against an earlier ruling of the Federal Court ...

Latest word on competing class actions
Insight 24 May 2019

In the latest instalment in the five competing shareholder class actions against AMP Limited, the Supreme Court of New South Wales has selected one case to proceed. In doing so, the court has made a clear statement that multiple class ...

APRA's guidance on the Protecting Your Super changes
Insight 16 May 2019

Written by Senior Regulatory Counsel Michael Mathieson On 8 May, APRA released its answers to some 'frequently asked questions' about the Protecting Your Super changes. I would politely suggest that the questions asked and answered by APRA ...