Clarendons deepens M&A expertise with new director and internal promotion

Clarendon Lawyers is delighted to welcome two new Directors.  Andrew Chan, previously a partner of…

Hostility and threats pose no bar to shareholder’s inspection of books

Introduction Section 247A of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) (Act) is a useful tool which…

COVID-19: Stand downs & JobKeeper directions – What are the courts and tribunals saying?

This year in Australia, the COVID-19 pandemic has prompted mass stand downs under the existing Fair…

Update: Changes to Australian insolvency regime extended until 31 December 2020

This is an update to our previous insight article Major short-term changes to Australian insolvency…

Clarendons advises Armaguard Group on expansion of ATM network via ANZ and CBA acquisitions

Clarendon Lawyers is delighted to have advised the Armaguard Group (Armaguard) on its recent acquisitions…

Clarendons wins back-to-back Australian Boutique Law Firm of the Year Awards

Clarendons is thrilled to announce that it has been awarded Australian Boutique Law Firm of…

Clarendons recognised by Doyle’s Guide

Clarendon Lawyers is proud to once again be recognised by Doyle’s Guide as a leader…

Standard form contract clauses found to be unfair and invalid by the Federal Court

Case note on Australian Securities and Investments Commission v Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Ltd [2020]…

Update: Corporate electronic execution extended until 2021

This is an update to our previous insight article Corporate electronic execution temporarily permitted which…

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