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Our Commercial Property & Development team advised Beville Group on the sale of a landmark office building in St Kilda Road, Melbourne, for a record sum.  A summary of the deal was reported in Lawyers Weekly.

Our Corporate & Commercial team, led by Andrew Walker, recently advised South Pacific Laundry on the sale of its issued share capital to private equity firm, Anchorage Capital Partners, in a deal worth close to $300 million, as reported in Lawyers Weekly.

Gina Capasso comments for SmartCompany on the Bunnings sausage sizzle furore.

cryogenics

It’s an urban myth that Walt Disney was cryogenically frozen (he was cremated).  However, as technology progresses, and the possibility of cryogenic preservation becomes a reality, how does this affect your estate planning? Kimi Shah and Darrell Choong discuss the implications in a piece published in Legalwise News.

 

When are ICOs a good idea … and when aren’t they?  Darren Sommers comments in this piece for Dynamic Business.

financial planners

Clea Cole and Venn King comment for Legalwise News on the lessons to be learned from the Dover Financial collapse, and in particular the pros and cons of operating as an authorised representative under a third party AFSL.

KHQ Insights

Food manufacturer fined for safety breach


Posted By on 3/12/18 at 9:23 PM

A recent case in the Magistrates Court of Victoria is a timely reminder to check that safety guards are fully operational and to promptly remove faulty machinery from production for repair. What happened? A machine that individually wrapped small cakes and muffins in plastic film was fed the food product by two conveyors to the … Read more

Gluten free(ish): 1 in 40 “gluten free” foods fail to meet Australian standards


Posted By on 28/11/18 at 3:44 PM

A study published earlier this month in the Medical Journal of Australia revealed a concerning truth. Melbourne researchers tested 256 commonly-bought manufactured “gluten free”-labelled products and reported that almost 3% of these products actually contained small amounts of gluten, meaning that these products did not comply with the Australian standards.  The Australian standards require that … Read more