The Supreme Court of New South Wales has recently held that 7-Eleven was lawfully entitled to terminate a franchisee for fraud in circumstances where the franchisee had been exploiting its workers through an illegal cash-back … Continued
Councils throughout Victoria and New South Wales use the Standards Australia suite of contracts for a wide range of matters from routine procurement of works, goods or services through to complex, one off projects. However, … Continued
In February 2016, Australia and 11 other countries signed the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a free trade agreement between a range of countries in the Pacific region. Chapter 15 of the TPP includes a number of … Continued
There are three main avenues for challenging a procurement decision made by a Commonwealth agency. The main claims are: breach of contract, on the basis that the tender documents constitute a ‘process contract’ misleading and … Continued
Throughout 2016 a series of judgments were delivered that gave conflicting guidance to practitioners about what they should consider when accepting a voluntary administration appointment. In particular, the decisions in Condor Blanco Mines and Planet … Continued
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