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Welcome to Corporate Matters, your online resource for all things Corporate & Commercial.

On this page you will find our latest thinking in the form of alerts, publications, articles, opinions and podcasts.  With our insights all in the one place, we aim to make it as easy as possible to find what you are looking for to support you in how you do business every day. 

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06 April 2020 | Property & Construction development finance during troubled times

Andrew Johnston and Bill Chapman discuss steps property lenders to the Construction Development sector can take to address covenant breaches and more.
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02 April 2020 | Capital raisings in the time of COVID-19

ASIC and the ASX have thrown lifelines to COVID-19-impacted listed companies, offering temporary relief to some procedures.
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01 April 2020 | How will COVID-19 Legislation Amendment (Emergency Measures) Act 2020 affect Local government?

NSW Government has introduced and passed an emergency Bill to Parliament amending existing legislation to enable public authorities to respond appropriately to the COVID-19 crisis.
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31 March 2020 | COVID-19: impact on contracts and leases

COVID-19 is significantly impacting the ability of parties to leases and contracts for sale ability to meet their obligations. Here are some steps to help.
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27 March 2020 | Tools down in a hands-on industry: COVID-19 lockdown and construction delays

Sydney Partner Paul Gavazzi takes you through the potential effects on head contractors, subcontractors and other players the industry.
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02 March 2020 | ACCC releases 2020 competition and consumer law compliance and enforcement priorities

Partner Nick Christiansen looks at how the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission's 2020 priorities will protect consumers and encourage fair and open markets.
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10 February 2020 | WA Supreme Court finds workers entitled to travel expenses for WPI medical assessments

Perth Partner Rani Aria Retnam looks at a Western Australian decision that means insurers may have to pay workers' expenses to attend certain medical assessments.

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Shannon Platt
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