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In what circumstances would the conduct of the Docket Judge give rise to the apprehension so that he or she should stand aside?Read More
In the largest set of opposition proceedings in Australian trade mark history, iconic Australian brewer CUB has emerged victorious from a dispute with a rival brewer intent on assuming control of a selection of CUB’s heritage brands.Read More | Download PDF
This week’s TGIF considers the Federal Court decision that approved the scheme of arrangement proposal that was adopted at a meeting of creditors of Lehman Brothers held yesterday.Read More
This week’s TGIF considers an application to set aside a personal insolvency agreement in circumstances where the debtor had been less than transparent about the state of her affairs.Read More
Save Little Manly Beach Foreshore Incorporated brought judicial review proceedings against Manly Council to prevent Council from disposing of its land on the Little Manly Beach foreshore.Read More
This issue considers the ACCC’s updated Informal Merger Review Guidelines, the ACCC’s Cartel Immunity Policy Review Discussion Paper and the ACCC’s clearance of Perpetual’s proposed acquisition of The Trust Company.Read More
This edition discusses the Queensland Government’s recent approval of the A$15 billion Arrow LNG Project and the Timor-Leste Government’s offer of an A$800m investment to attract onshore gas processing of the Greater Sunrise gas fields’ reserves.Read More | Download PDF
Off the plan sales (Victoria) rescission risk - What changes to subdivision plans will “materially affect” lots?
In Lockwood v PSP Investments Ltd, the Court held that the purchaser had validly rescinded off-the-plan contracts of sale on the basis that the vendor’s amendments to the plan of subdivision materially affected the lots the subject of the contracts.Read More
adidas and PacBrands fight it out over 4 stripes, while OHIM’s 2nd Board takes a modern view of footwear marks
Position marks in the spotlight again in Australia and Europe.Read More | Download PDF
Priority payment to creditors of insurance proceeds obtained during a liquidation is subject to a liquidator’s remuneration for obtaining those proceeds
This week’s TGIF considers a recent Federal Court decision confirming that a liquidator is entitled to his or her remuneration before making a priority distribution to third parties from the proceeds of insurance.Read More