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Vag Taxis Pty Ltd (as Trustee of Vag Taxis Unit Trust) (Acn 076 423 062) v Delrich Tower Pty Ltd (in Liquidation)(Acn 073 294 836) – [2014] VSC 164 – BC201406667 -

Vag Taxis Pty Ltd (as Trustee of Vag Taxis Unit Trust) (Acn 076 423 062) v Delrich Tower Pty Ltd (in Liquidation)(Acn 073 294 836) – [2014] VSC 164 – BC201406667 – 21 AUGUST 2014 IN THE SUPREME COURT OF VICTORIA Not Restricted AT MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL AND EQUITY DIVISION COMMERCIAL COURT CORPORATIONS LIST S CI… Continue Reading

Advertising agency collapses owing $3.5 million to creditors

Advertising agency collapses owing $3.5 million to creditors Thursday, 21 August 2014 | Eloise Keating | SMART COMPANY An Australian marketing company that specialised in online display advertising, search solutions and customised toolbars for websites has collapsed. Randall Joubert of Joubert Insolvency….”http://www.smartcompany.com.au/finance/43383-advertising-agency-collapses-owing-3-5-million-to-creditors.html?utm_source=SmartCompany&utm_campaign=c3c57b5b07-Friday_5_June_201305_06_2013&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_234118efee-c3c57b5b07-93735706

Peering through the muck again: another court analyzes whether LLC operating agreements are property interests or executory contracts

Peering through the muck again: another court analyzes whether LLC operating agreements are property interests or executory contracts August 14 2014 | LEXOLOGY We’ve previously focused here and here on the split in authority analyzing whether provisions in LLC operating agreements that automatically strip members of their membership interests upon a bankruptcy filing are unenforceable… Continue Reading

Social media policies in the workplace

Social media policies in the workplace August 18 2014 | LEXOLOGY | SOCIAL MEDIA Social media usage is now ubiquitous: Facebook users spend more than 10.5 billion minutes per day on the website. LinkedIn has more than 277 million members in over 200 countries and territories. Twitter has 230 million active users who collectively post… Continue Reading

Can the FDIC assert direct as well as derivative claims of stockholders of failed banks? The Seventh Circuit says “no (but maybe they should)”

Can the FDIC assert direct as well as derivative claims of stockholders of failed banks? The Seventh Circuit says “no (but maybe they should)” August 19 2014 | LEXOLOGY In Levin v. Miller, a recent decision out of the Seventh Circuit, Judge Easterbrook clarified the types of claims that the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation may… Continue Reading

Broken promises: 3 signs your tenant may be going bankrupt

Broken promises: 3 signs your tenant may be going bankrupt August 19 2014 | LEXOLOGY The bankruptcy of a tenant is disruptive and may be confusing to a landlord; however, arming yourself with knowledge of some warning signs of financial distress and an understanding of your basic rights will, along with your trusted legal advisor,… Continue Reading

CCAA court modifies a Claims Procedure Order and allows a stay to be lifted for a proposed class action claim to be pursued after the claims-bar date

CCAA court modifies a Claims Procedure Order and allows a stay to be lifted for a proposed class action claim to be pursued after the claims-bar date August 18 2014 | LEXOLOGY Introduction The Ontario Superior Court of Justice lifted a Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act (the“CCAA”) stay and modified a Claims Procedure Order (“CPO”) to… Continue Reading

In-game currencies: in the line of fire?

In-game currencies: in the line of fire? August 19 2014 | LEXOLOGY There has been a stratospheric rise in online and app-based social gaming due to the ubiquity of internet and smartphone use.  As these games grow in popularity, consumers of all ages are increasingly willing to exchange “real” money for virtual….” http://www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=8d743082-b318-451f-b606-0930b91f152b

Paperlinx finally turning it around

Paperlinx finally turning it around 21 Aug 2014 | Nic White | PRO PRINT Paperlinx is finally showing signs of life, reporting big profit gains and historically low debt levels after a strong second half as massive restructuring efforts bear fruit. Chief executive Andrew Price….” http://www.proprint.com.au/News/388945,paperlinx-finally-turning-it-around.aspx?utm_source=feed&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=ProPrint+all+articles+feed&utm_reader=feedly

Richardson v Lo Pilato (Liquidator); In the Matter of Trojan Hospitality (ACT) Pty Limited (In Liq) [2014] FCA 888 (20 August 2014) (FOSTER J)

Richardson v Lo Pilato (Liquidator); In the Matter of Trojan Hospitality (ACT) Pty Limited (In Liq) [2014] FCA 888 (20 August 2014) (FOSTER J) FEDERAL COURT OF AUSTRALIA Richardson v Lo Pilato (Liquidator); In the Matter of Trojan Hospitality (ACT) Pty Limited (In Liq) [2014] FCA 888 Citation:Richardson v Lo Pilato (Liquidator); In the Matter… Continue Reading