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Reduction of the Term of Bankruptcy: Proposed Reforms to Bankruptcy Law in Australia – Lexology - December 07, 2017

Reduction of the Term of Bankruptcy: Proposed Reforms to Bankruptcy Law in Australia Lexology Australia is on the cusp of implementing various changes to the Bankruptcy Act 2001 (Cth) that will likely increase the number of people voluntarily entering into personal bankruptcy. The Bankruptcy Amendme.

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Slater & Gordon avoids insolvency after shareholders approve hedge fund deal – The Global Legal Post - December 07, 2017

The Global Legal Post Slater & Gordon avoids insolvency after shareholders approve hedge fund deal The Global Legal Post In a debt-for-equity deal, 70 per cent of shareholders voted to approve a plan which reduces their stake to five per cent of the share registry. The company said it risked ins.

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Where to from here (now that ipso facto reform has become law)? Unresolved impediments to company restructures in … – Lexology - December 07, 2017

Where to from here (now that ipso facto reform has become law)? Unresolved impediments to company restructures in ... Lexology Unfortunately, there remain shortcomings in Australia's insolvency law regime which will continue to undermine the utility of voluntary administration as a restructurin.

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Amazon’s data theft means it’s a real Big Bother – Daily Telegraph - December 07, 2017

Daily Telegraph Amazon's data theft means it's a real Big Bother Daily Telegraph Amazon says it has employed more than 1000 people in Australia. “But 75 per cent of their employees are computer coders,” said Mr Walker, who pointed to Amazon's own recruitment ads for computer engin.

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Amazon’s data theft means it’s a real Big Bother – Herald Sun - December 07, 2017

Herald Sun Amazon's data theft means it's a real Big Bother Herald Sun Amazon says it has employed more than 1000 people in Australia. “But 75 per cent of their employees are computer coders,” said Mr Walker, who pointed to Amazon's own recruitment ads for computer engineers in Au.

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Australia: Safe harbour ahead – Government proposes insolvency law reform – Mondaq News Alerts - December 07, 2017

Australia: Safe harbour ahead – Government proposes insolvency law reform Mondaq News Alerts On 11 September 2017, the Treasury Laws Amendment (2017 Enterprise Incentives No. 2) Bill 2017 was passed by the Senate. The Bill features two key changes to the Corporations Act: A safe harbour provision .

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