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the Sakr Nominees appeal and well beyond …

Whatever is said in the pending NSW Court of Appeal decision in Sakr Nominees, it is timely to propose that, just as the government is assessing how to fund ASIC’s insolvency role, a similar but broader assessment is needed in relation to the funding of the …

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One of the dark arts…..

A court appointed receiver applying to the court for determination of his remuneration was subjected to 2 days cross-examination on his evidence “in excruciating detail”, with “thousands of pages” of documents being filed. In saying that the assessment of remuneration and costs is “one of …

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A lesson in Chinese law from Donald Trump

President-elect Donald Trump is, apparently, litigious, with, it is said, at least 3500 in the US federal and state courts. He has also been a litigant in China – indeed the first president elect of the United States as litigant – where he lost.  Some …

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