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New rules for employee share schemes - Chamberlains Law Firm, Canberra

3 Down to 1 – New Bankruptcy Bill Introduced

A new bill has been introduced into Federal Parliament which relevantly seeks to reduce the period of automatic discharge from bankruptcy from three years to one. Reducing the time for discharg...

Legal advice for small business owners - Chamberlains Law Firm, Canberra

ATO Garnishee Notices for Companies in Liquidation

Summary The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) may in certain circumstances issue garnishee notices on individuals who hold property for a debtor. However, in two recent cases the High Court o...

2017 Lawyers Weekly Australian Law Awards

The Directors and staff at Chamberlains Law Firm are thrilled to be shortlisted in the Boutique Law Firm category at the 2017 Lawyers Weekly Australian Law Awards. ...

Stipe Vuleta

Lawyers Weekly’s 30 Under 30 Awards – Finalist in Dispute Resolution, Stipe Vuleta

Stipe Vuleta, Director of Litigation – Insolvency & Risk Management at Chamberlains Law Firm, is excited to be nominated as a Finalist at the Awards this Friday. Entrants were required to...

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The Dangers of the DOCA

The Supreme Court of Queensland in Scott & Ors v Port Hinchinbrook Services Limited & Ors [2017] QSC 92 concerned a plurality of dealings around the appointment of an administrator, a Deed...

Stipe Vuleta

No Love on the Cummins Principle

The Federal Circuit Court in Weston v McAuley [2017] FCCA 1 (Weston) has recently reaffirmed the application of the decision in Prentice (trustee of the property of Cummins, a Bankrupt) v Cummins ...