Volume 14 Issue 4

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Are courts easing the way for shareholder class action claims?

How to prove causation in shareholder class actions has long been contentious. Herbert Smith Freehills examines how a recent case may steer the debate.

Opinion: The rising tide of directors' responsibilities

Following the landmark 2015 Paris Agreement and new research into the world’s largest investors and climate related risk, John Connor, CEO of The Climate Institute explores challenges and long-term li...

Opening your books to shareholders?

What should you do when a shareholder asks to review the company books? James Morvell considers the risks for company directors and the level of access they are legally required to give.

Inside government boards

After making the jump from a career as a corporate lawyer in the early 1990s, Elizabeth Montano FAICD has gone on to carve a long and successful career in the Australian Public Service.

Shadow directors in the spotlight

Boards frequently take advice from a range of internal executives and external advisors. But when does that advice cross the line into influence?

Presenting to the board

In part three of our series on effective board reporting, Dr Judith MacCormick FAICD, principal partner, BoardFocus, provides tips for executives asked to present to the board.

Growing social enterprise

The social enterprise movement is much more than a passing trend, as an increasing number of organisations are established with the purpose of providing socially responsible goods and services. Lucas ...
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