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Demand for R&I lawyers on the rise – Lawyers Weekly - August 28, 2017

Lawyers Weekly Demand for R&I lawyers on the rise Lawyers Weekly Two restructuring and insolvency partners from King & Wood Mallesons have shed light on the current market, noting that a knock-on effect arising from a range of distress matters has led to increased demand for lawyers who prac.

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Canberra was warned against ‘proton company with no track record’ – The Australian - August 28, 2017

The Australian Canberra was warned against 'proton company with no track record' The Australian It filed for voluntary bankruptcy in 2015 in the US. Proton therapy uses cutting-edge technology to allow doctors to target tumours in sensitive places in the body with less risk of damaging nea.

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CBS buys Australia’s bankrupt Ten Network – UPI.com - August 28, 2017

UPI.com CBS buys Australia's bankrupt Ten Network UPI.com Aug. 28 (UPI) -- Broadcaster CBS has struck a deal to acquire Australia's Ten Network, bankruptcy receivers PPB Advisory and insolvency specialists KordaMentha said. The Australian insolvency advisers made the announcement Sunday. I.

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Surf brands face wipe-out after falling off wave of popularity – ABC Online - August 28, 2017

ABC Online Surf brands face wipe-out after falling off wave of popularity ABC Online Surfing culture runs deep in Australia, but has the clothing empire built around the sport lost its way? In the 1960s a clothing industry was born from the surf lifestyle and it rode a wave of success. Surf quickly .

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Australia: Rights of a creditor under a DOCA – Are claims to future rents extinguished? – Mondaq News Alerts (registration) - August 28, 2017

Australia: Rights of a creditor under a DOCA – Are claims to future rents extinguished? Mondaq News Alerts (registration) ... in which the Court held that the lessor's claim for rent arising after the 'Relevant Date' specified in the DOCA, was extinguished because the lease had been.

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Gangland widow Roberta Williams makes tilt at federal politics against Bill Shorten – The Sydney Morning Herald - August 28, 2017

The Sydney Morning Herald Gangland widow Roberta Williams makes tilt at federal politics against Bill Shorten The Sydney Morning Herald Convicted drug trafficker and gangland widow Roberta Williams could appear on ballot papers at the next federal election despite being bankrupt and ineligible to ru.

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