ASIC report sheds light on investment decisions in IPOs
What do investors consider most closely when evaluating an opportunity to invest in an initial public offering (IPO)? Do institutional and retail investors place different weight on different sources of information? How well do retail investors really understand prospectuses?
How do courts deal with shareholder disputes and why are early independent valuations so important?
When shareholders in a company fall out, they sometimes allege that the company’s affairs have been managed in an unfair or oppressive way. Parties to a joint venture gone sour, warring directors, or families mired in disputes over the direction, management, succession and future control of a business are the typical parties to a shareholder dispute, commonly known as an ‘oppression proceeding’.
Litigation involving an overseas party: can you commence proceedings by post?
An Australian business might contemplate litigation against an overseas party for a wide variety of reasons, such as a claim arising from a breach of contract with a foreign-based supplier or manufacturer.
Managing Partner Stephen Purcell speaks with BRR Media about several key priorities for the firm, including DibbsBarker’s move into the Melbourne market.
In this video interview, Amanda Parks speaks with Fay Calderone, Partner in our People & Workplace team, about the role of a positive workplace culture in reducing workplace conflict and complementing workplace compliance programs.
Brad Walsh speaks with DibbsBarker’s Rob McInnes about how Minomic’s work has progressed since the company’s formation in 2007, and why it is so important for companies like Minomic to have a clear strategy around the protection of intellectual property rights.