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King & Wood Mallesons has advised China Huarong Asset Management Co on phase one of the Huayuan 2014 CLO securitisation trust scheme.
KWM has advised Investec on the financing of Cirrus Media’s acquisition of the Medical Observer journal, ‘MyDr’ website and ‘Medical Media’ ambient information channel.
Principals and contractors need to be aware that in not registering security interests under the PPSA 2009, they may risk serious consequences.
The New Companies Ordinance (NCO) will come into effect on 3 March 2014. It includes changes that affect the way documents may be executed.
The Fair Work Commission has upheld the dismissal of an employee who refused to acknowledge that he had read and understood his employer’s social media policy.
Western Australia’s workers’ compensation scheme commenced operation in 1981.
The Abbott government is proposing to use its constitutional powers to remove existing arrangements contained in awards, agreements and company policies.
The Administrative Decisions Tribunal has upheld an employee’s claims of indirect racial discrimination because the employer’s selection criteria excluded members of a certain race.
Justice Gordon has handed down her decision in Paciocco v ANZ, concerning whether bank fees charged by ANZ were penalties or otherwise unconscionable under relevant legislation.
An employer was entitled to sack an employee who was allegedly planning to steal company property, rather than waiting for the theft to actually occur.