Post Profile






PwC Will Answer For Centro But Judge Slams Directors First

A judge’s dramatic ruling against directors and officers in the Centro “true and fair” disclosures case, has left the business community in Australia shaking in its boots. In a landmark decision, the Federal Court has found that executives and directors of troubled property group Centro breached the Corporations Act by signing off on financial reports [...]
read more

share

Related Posts


Landmark Labor Case Against McDonald’s Moves Forward

Issues & Causes / Pro Choice : Reproductive Health Reality Check (12 hours ago)

Monday marked an important step in a landmark labor case that could bring greater corporate accountability and worker protections, as a federal agency moved to consider whether McDonald's should be held responsible for what employee...

Gay Rights Champion Mary Bonauto To Argue The Landmark Same-Sex Marriage Case To The Supreme Court

News : The Inquisitr - News (1 hour ago)

Mary Bonauto has been selected by lawyers who support same-sex marriage to argue what’s being called a “landmark case” to the supreme court about whether it’s unconstitutional to disallow gay people to get married. Bonauto has earne...

Detroit Bankruptcy To Move Forward, Federal Judge Rules

News : The Inquisitr - News (2 years ago)

The Detroit bankruptcy case will proceed in federal court, a US bankruptcy judge has ruled. The decision puts all state court challenges filed by public sector union’s against the city’s bankruptcy filing on hold. One state court ju...

Prominent gay rights advocate to argue landmark marriage case at the Supreme Court

News : The Raw Story (9 hours ago)

Lawyers advocating for a right to gay marriage at the U.S. Supreme Court announced on Tuesday they had chosen Mary Bonauto, a longtime champion of gay legal rights, to argue the landmark case on April 28. The choice of Bonauto, a li...

City Appealing Ruling Against Landmark Law To State Supreme Court

News : Huffington Post (6 years ago)

Firing back at an appellate court decision which ruled that Chicago's landmark law is unconstitutionally vague, the city has appealed the decision to the Illinois Supreme Court, citing numerous cases nationwide in which courts have ...

Comments



Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC