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Thinking| 19 Aug 2016
The Victorian Supreme Court decision in Brimelow v Alampi  VSC 135 (Brimelow) marks the first case to consider recent law reforms regarding disputed estates.
Thinking| 19 Apr 2016
In most cases, the precondition for the appointment of a liquidator and the winding up of a company by a court is that a company is insolvent.
Thinking| 13 Oct 2015
Federal Court confirms the ATO cannot issue garnishee notices to a company being wound up to collect post-liquidation tax liabilities.
Thinking| 11 Oct 2015
In the latest instalment in the ACCC’s long running battle against misleading credence claims the Federal Court has imposed a pecuniary penalty of $250,000 on a Queensland egg producer for its misleading labelling and marketing of its products as ‘free ...
Thinking| 12 Aug 2015
The Federal Court’s decision in Commissioner of Taxation v Warner  FCA 659 has clarified that the Australian Taxation Office’s (ATO) coercive powers requiring a taxpayer to produce documents and information to the ATO prevail over section 486 of the Corporations ...