Virtual meetings of shareholders and the electronic signing of company documents during the COVID-19
On the 5th of May, the Treasurer made a Determination which temporarily modifies provisions of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) and related legislation to, amongst other things, allow for virtual...Read More
The trouble with being an SME that deals with big business As an SME, entering into a business contract with a large corporation can seem like a fantastic windfall...Read More
Personal Guarantees: Do you know what you are signing? Our firm is frequently involved in litigation concerning personal guarantees. A familiar scenario is one where a company director is...Read More
Take-away Message Can an assignee sue for pre-assignment breaches? Yes, unless the terms of the commercial contract specifically state that they cannot… Introduction An assignee is a person (or...Read More
What do you need to know about the personal property securities register (PPSR) if you are purchasing or selling a business?
In our previous article, which can be found here (http://www.turnbullhill.com.au/personal-properties-securities.html), Gavin Hanrahan provided an overview of the most recent changes to the laws relating to the PPSR. That article...Read More