Monthly Archives: February 2022

Laws that were introduced at the start of the pandemic allowing companies to use technology to execute documents and hold meetings have been made permanent, bringing the Corporations Act into the digital age. The Corporations Amendment (Meeting and Documents) Bill 2021 (Bill) received Royal Assent on 22 February 2022, enabling: the electronic execution of company […]

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The High Court of Australia has allowed shareholders of a company in liquidation to examine a former director and seek documents as they investigate launching a class action. The decision – Thomas & Anor v ACN 004 410 833 Limited (Formerly Arrium Limited) (In Liquidation) & Ors [2022] HCA 3 – is significant as it […]

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Thomson Geer is proud to announce it has adopted its first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), formalising the firm’s commitment to supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and their culture. RAP’s are managed by independent not-for-profit Reconciliation Australia and set out meaningful actions organisations can take that advance reconciliation. “Thomson Geer has a strong record […]

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