Following the implementation of the Safe Harbour protections introduced last September, new changes to the Corporations Act 2001 come into force on 1 July 2018, significantly limiting the ability of parties to rely on insolvency as a means to terminate a contract.
The phrase “without prejudice” regularly appears in communications between parties in a dispute as it is often seen as a blanket protection against all things said, or admitted, to the other side.
Moulis Legal has again been ranked “Band 1 - International trade/WTO” by Chambers Global and Chambers Asia Pacific guides.
Moulis Legal Chief Executive, Suzanne Moulis last night launched this year’s Property Council of Australia’s 500 Women in Property at Minter Ellison's offices in Barton.
Cybersecurity, like money, is one of those things that become screamingly important when there is a lack of it. Compliance is widely recognised to be a critical component of cybersecurity.
Moulis Legal founder and principal Daniel Moulis gave evidence to the UK Parliament’s International Trade Committee in London on 14 March 2018 in its inquiry into the design and architecture of the UK’s post-Brexit trade remedies system.
Legal costs are a legitimate business concern for any organisation particularly those involved in litigation. One only needs to recall the C7 litigation a decade ago to realise the enormity of legal costs incurred by mostly unwilling participants.
Moulis Legal is pleased to announce the appointment of Jeannette Scott, Consultant Counsel - Privacy and Regulatory, and Dorothy Terwiel, Senior Associate in our IP and Commercialisation team.