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  • No 1: 2019 Property Update
  • No 2: Coronavirus: Practical Business Legal Insights (2020)
  • No 3: Family Law Updated 2018/2019
  • No 4: 2019 Criminal Law Update
  • No 5: 2019 Immigration Law Update
  • No 6: Family Law Update 2020
  • No 7: Duress In The Family Context (2018)
  • No 8: Estate Planning For Complex Family Relationships (2017)
  • No 9: The Use And Abuse Of Section 75(2) Factors (2017)
  • No 10 : Trusts And Family Law (2017)
  • No 11: Wills Gone Wild (2017)
  • No 12: Employment Contracts Update 2018
  • No 13: So Whose Business is it Anyway? The law of restraints, and confidentiality in the 21st century (2017)
  • No 14: Spouse Maintenance Applications
  • No 15: NSW Strata Update - By-Laws & Strata Disputes in NCAT
  • No 16: Caveats - Insights and Pitfalls (2017)
  • No 17: Foreign Investment Review

    Board Update (2017)
  • No 18: Termination Strategies (2017(
  • No 19: What Every Lawyer Needs To Know About Unfair Dismissal (2017)
  • No 20: Accessing Your Neighbour's Land To Develop Your Own (2017)
  • No 21: Changes To The Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979 (2018)
  • No 22: Dismissing An Employee – What Professional Advisers Need To Know (2017)
  • No 23: NSW Legal Cost Update - Trips And Pitfalls In LPUL Compliance (2017)
  • 24: 2020 Will and Estates Update
  • No 25: 9 Reasons Why Employment Contracts Are Still Important (2017)
  • Safe Harbour – a case study (2020)

Safe Harbour – A Case Study (2020)

Safe harbour – a case study. Safe harbour provisions in the Corporations Act that were introduced in September 2017 are not well known in the business community, and frowned upon by insolvency practitioners, and even ASIC! This may be partly due to a minority of unscrupulous advisors giving all advisors a bad name and partly because of the ambiguity in the legislation. This webinar will address how safe harbour provisions can be used and the way they were intended.

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