Topic: Directors’ Counsel

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US class action over PPE use highlights issues of corporate accountability

A landmark US court case has raised the question of when the knowledge and motives of individual employees should be attributed to the company itself, writes Professor Pamela Hanrahan.

Vale Bob Baxt AO FAICDLife

In a packed lifetime, Professor Bob Baxt AO FAICDLife made a huge contribution to Australian business law and governance practice, and left a lasting impact, reports Narelle Hooper.

Vale Professor Bob Baxt AO FAICDLife

The AICD community farewells Professor Bob Baxt AO FAICDLife.

Directors' Counsel: Blowing the Whistle

A new Bill before Parliament engenders confidence of increased protection for whistleblowers in Australia, writes Bob Baxt AO FAICDLife.

Directors’ Counsel: Bank Robbery

Three recent Federal Court cases reflect the extent of ethical and cultural shortcomings in the financial sector, writes Professor Bob Baxt FAICDLife.

Directors' Counsel: Getting a Fair Go

Changes in the regulatory regime are shifting the power towards small businesses and consumers, writes Prof Bob Baxt AO FAICDLife.

Directors' Counsel: Fixing our fractured federation

Australia’s federation makes efficient cross-border business regulation challenging and ineffectual — the system needs urgent reform.

Directors’ Counsel: Beware the Bear

The Federal Government’s proposed Banking Executive Accountability Regime must be examined closely, writes Prof Bob Baxt AO FAICDLife.

Directors' Counsel: Trouble in paradise

Are shareholders better of relying on personal rights rather than suing directors for alleged breaches of duty, asks Prof Bob Baxt AO FAICDLife.

Directors' Counsel: New whistleblowing initiatives

Professor Bob Baxt considers the possibility of a significant new whistleblowing regime in Australia.
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