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Despite their prevalence, there has been some uncertainty in relation to the income tax treatment of earnout arrangements.
Last year competition agencies in China and the USA secured fines against manufacturers for a cartel to fix the price of automotive and industrial bearings.
The High Court has granted special leave to appeal a decision that held that a liquidator is not required to retain funds from the proceeds of sale of an asset to pay tax before an assessment is issued.
The Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) does not have power to investigate allegations that Ms Cunneen counselled a person to lie to police.
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Organisations likely to be affected should urgently revisit their cyber resilience plans.
Victoria Allen is to lead its Minter Ellison’s Sydney M&A team of 16 partners and 60 specialist lawyers.
Competition Law in Asia-Pacific: A Practical Guide, edited by Minter Ellison partner Katrina Groshinksi and associate Caitlin Davies is finally a reality after more than three years in the making.
Minter Ellison presents to the construction industry its annual security of payment roundup for 2014.
The new Foreign Investment Industries Guidance Catalogue will supersede the current 2011 version from April 10 2015.
A cross-divisional team drawn from across Minter Ellison’s Hong Kong, Australian and New Zealand offices has assisted Chinese aerospace group and HKSE-listed KuangChi Science became a cornerstone investor in Martin Aircraft Company.
Minter Ellison drafts bill intended to inroduce the concept of directors’ duties into Fijian law.
Two recent NSW Court of Appeal decisions highlight that what is an obvious risk under s 5F of the Civil Liability Act 2002 (NSW) is very much in the eye of the beholder.
The final tranche of the Investment Manager Regime (IMR) concessions have at last been released for comment.
Austrade and the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) are developing a new framework for the Significant Investor Program (SIV) visa.
Asia Region Funds Passport: draft rules a step towards a regional market for managed investment funds
The Asia Region Funds Passport will create a regional market for managed investment funds and give Australian fund managers an opportunity to increase their presence in Asia.
The Federal Court of Australia has dismissed the ACCC’s anti-competitive conduct case against Pfizer, finding that Pfizer did not breach the prohibition on misuse of market power.
Minter Ellison has been voted one of Australia’s top 100 companies that university graduates want to work for.
Full Federal Court rules that partly ‘aspirational’ grievance policy was contractual and criticises company's investigation
This decision of the Full Court of the Federal Court is another sharp reminder to employers about the need to ensure their policies do not inadvertently become contractual.
The Federal Court of Australia announced two further decisions that provide additional guidance to parties to a patent licence.