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Directors Liability for Insolvent Trading

The collapse of the Reynolds Wine Group and the resulting litigation harshly demonstrated: The great risk of personal liability for directors who allow their company to continue trading in insolvent…

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Director Duty of Care – James Hardie Case Revisited

The James Hardie case excited huge media and public interest, more because it involved the compensation to victims of asbestos disease than due to the legal principles involved. However, all…

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The Question of Good Faith in Commercial Contract Negotiations

You would be forgiven for thinking that the requirement to act in “good faith” in negotiating or carrying out a Commercial Contract is obvious. However, this question is riddled with…

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Good Faith in Commercial Contracts

You may think that the question of “good faith” in contracts is only a question for lawyers. However this issue intrudes into the most common everyday contracts including leases, employment…

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