Construction and Infrastructure case note: Victorian Supreme Court 'plainly wrong'; insolvent construction companies may be able to recover debts via the Security of Payment legislation
Our latest Construction and Infrastructure case note looks at a recent decision by the New South Wales Court of Appeal that demonstrates a divergence between the positions in New South Wales and Victoria in relation to the applicably of each state’s respective Security of Payment legislation to insolvent construction companies.
Privacy update: Notifiable Data Breach scheme, a year on
Our latest Privacy update provides a reminder to the mandatory Notifiable Data Breaches scheme and the obligations imposed for data breach, and considers key statistics drawn from the latest quarterly report — covering 1 October 2018 to 31 December 2018 — by the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner.
Media release: KCL Law advises JLG on acquisition of Dressed For Sale
KCL Law acted for Johns Lyng DFS Pty Ltd — a subsidiary of the ASX listed company Johns Lyng Group Limited (JLG) — in acquiring a controlling stake totalling 57% in Dressed For Sale — a pre-sale residential property staging and styling business based in Melbourne and Adelaide.