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Since before the operational commencement of the PPSA 2009 (Cth) in January 2012, and certainly since then, law firms have been settling their position on the many issues it raises.
China Bulletin — April 2013 download
The April 2013 issue of King & Wood Mallesons’ China Bulletin is available now.
The 2013–14 Budget contains significant changes to the Australian taxation system to address revenue shortfalls and to seek to fund spending promises.
The Hong Kong banking regulator has imposed new rules that govern how banks submit rates for HIBOR and other benchmark fixings.
The Coalition has released its workplace relations policy with a statement that the policy ‘will not re-introduce Australian workplace agreements, nor will it weaken safety nets or cause any Australian worker to go backwards’.
Recently, the Federal Court of Australia handed down its decision in Resource Capital Fund III LP v Commissioner of Taxation  FCA 363 (RCF).
Australia’s federal government has released for consultation exposure draft legislation that proposes to introduce tax loss incentives for designated infrastructure projects.
The High Court has adopted a broad interpretation of what constitutes a ‘contravention’ of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) or a company constitution.
On 19 April 2013, the Federal Court of Australia handed down its judgment in Eopply New Energy Technology Co Ltd v EP Solar Pty Ltd  FCA 356.
The exposure draft Superannuation Legislation Amendment (MySuper Measures) Regulation 2013 sets out a number of proposed requirements.
On 30 April, the Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal, led by Chief Justice Ma, ruled in favour of the SFC in the long-running Tiger Asia Management matter.
King & Wood Mallesons on how the construction industry should prepare for Hong Kong’s new competition regime
The construction industry is likely to be an early target for Hong Kong’s Competition Ordinance, as bid rigging and other cartel-like practices have been in the regulatory limelight recently.
The arbitral institution formerly known as CIETAC Shanghai has publicised its establishment as the Shanghai International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission.
On 18 April 2013, the NSW government released its response to the Collins Inquiry into insolvency in the NSW construction industry.
King & Wood Mallesons examines key class action decisions over the past 12 months and considers the impacts of proceedings on plaintiffs and defendants.
A guide to takeover and reconstruction transactions involving an Australian listed trust.
The federal government released Australia’s Satellite Utilisation Policy on 9 April 2013.
King & Wood Mallesons has released its April 2013 edition of its Information Technology Update.
Contract Law Update — April 2013 download
The April 2013 issue of King & Wood Malleson’s Contract Law Update is available now.
The Federal Government has taken a further step forward in its efforts to reform and simplify the regulation of the not-for-profit sector.