Minutes need to record the business transacted at a meeting accurately and in a balanced and impartial way. This can be a challenging job but it is critical to the good governance of organisations.Read More
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Delighted to lead a fantastic group of experienced and interested directors at last night's Women on Boards Australia's Sydney Directors' Circle discussing and debating Conflicts of Interest and Duty. Disclose early and often!
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My address to the UNSW's Centre for Law, Markets and Regulation's 2017 Practitioners' Forum held at King & Wood Mallesons on Friday 10 March 2017 is now available online (PPT) and is also available as PDF for download.
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The Forum included a broad-ranging Q&A with me and my co-panellists Justice Kathleen Farrell of the Federal Court of Australia and Professor Dimity Kingsford Smith, Centre Director, as well as lively discussion throughout the day with practitioner and academic attendees at this inaugural forum, including on
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Address to the 2016 Women's Legal Roundtable "Business of the Law: challenges for our profession of a technology-based, internet society" and accompanying PowerPoint presentation on the future of women in the legal profession, the legal profession generally, and the future of the law.
It was a pleasure to address the Law Council of Australia's 2017 Immigration Law Conference today in Sydney, joining a panel of Ron Merkel QC, Professor George Newhouse, Madeline Gleeson and Min Guo on the topic "Beyond Merits Review & Jurisdictional Error: Accountability Mechanisms in Administrative Decision-Making".
Dominique Hogan-Doran SC recently joined the G20 Business Dialogue (B20) in Berlin, Germany.Read More
My paper prepared for the Governance Institute of Australia's 33rd National Conference on "Advocating the Complexity of Corporate Law" is now available for download (PDF).Read More
Experience teaches: it is better to think ahead, than to get left behind.Read More
Even without knowing the devil in the detail of corporate law, gatekeepers can provide vital assistance to those of us retained to advocate on their behalf.Read More
Direct briefing provides access to specialist expertise in every area of the law. Strategic, early and direct involvement of a barrister saves time and money.Read More
Accurately construing a written contract is one of the most fundamental responsibilities of a commercial lawyer. It is a specialised process, requiring application of legal skills and knowledge. This is an update on the High Court of Australia's latest cases.Read More
In this paper I trace recent attempts by international bodies to support the legal profession in dealing with international ethical dilemmas, in particular combating corruption/bribery and navigating business' role in respecting human rights.Read More
Three further cases are now pending before the SICC, following transfer from the Singapore High Court. Each is being heard by a court comprising international judges, including 2 Australian judges.Read More
The recently established Singapore International Commercial Court has issued its first written judgment, in a case concerning a joint venture between parties in Australia and Indonesia, with associated companies in Singapore.Read More
My report on the Thomson Reuters Financial and Risk Summit held in New York yesterday.Read More
The Australian Government announces a 'regulatory sandbox' for FinTech startups.Read More