This week’s TGIF takes a look at a recent case in the Supreme Court of Victoria, where the court found the statutory presumption of insolvency did not arise as there had not been effective service of a statutory demand due to a typographical error in
A number of recent decisions demonstrate the kind of errors in the agreement-making process that the Fair Work Commission is willing to overlook as purely ‘minor procedural or technical’ when approving enterprise agreements.
This week’s TGIF examines a decision of the Victorian Supreme Court which found that several proofs had been wrongly admitted or rejected, and had correct decisions been made, the company would not have been put into liquidation.
This week’s TGIF considers the decision in RHG Mortgage Corporation Ltd v Summerfield  NSWCA 44, where a finding was made that there was no default by borrowers which entitled the lender to possession of the security property.
The Fairness in Franchising Report, published by the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Corporations and Financial Services on 14 March 2019, unveils over 70 recommendations designed to level the playing field between franchisors and franchisees in Aus
A recent decision by the Fair Work Commission has confirmed that an order suspending specific protected industrial action will pause the time period within which all industrial action approved by a protected action ballot must commence.
This week’s TGIF considers a recent decision of the Victorian Court of Appeal where a company’s creditors successfully opposed an application by the company’s liquidators to compromise proceedings commenced on the company’s behalf.