Too little, too late – Federal Court dismisses application served by email at the last minute

If a company owes a debt of $2,000 or more, the creditor can send the…

Clarendons welcome three new Graduates for 2019

Clarendon Lawyers is thrilled to welcome three new Graduate Lawyers to the firm: Jordy Finch,…

Clarendons advises Sita Group on sale to Transit Systems

Clarendon Lawyers is delighted to have advised the shareholders of the Sita Group on the…

Service Suppliers: Is Your Warranty Defective?

Companies that supply services (or supply goods and services) to “consumers” should be aware of…

Eurofins finds chemistry with leading analytical testing laboratory

Clarendon Lawyers has advised a wholly-owned subsidiary of Eurofins Scientific SE (EPA:ERF) (Eurofins) on its…

Clarendons directors ranked amongst the Best Lawyers in Australia

Clarendon Lawyers is proud to announce that a number of our Directors have been recognised…

Clarendons named finalist in Australasian Law Awards for fourth consecutive year

Clarendon Lawyers is delighted to announce its fourth consecutive nomination as a finalist in the…

Clarendons advises Armaguard on its acquisition of rediATM

Clarendon Lawyers is delighted to have advised the Armaguard Group (Armaguard) on its purchase of…

Cladding Rectification Agreements: Are You Covered?

The recent television footage of the Spencer Street apartment block fire in Melbourne brought back…

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