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    Gindalbie makes way for AnSteel

    Gindalbie makes way for AnSteel

    24 Dec 2008 by Rebecca Lawson

    Chinese steelmaker AnSteel is set to lift its stake in Gindalbie Metals to 36 per cent as the miner sets a date for a shareholders meeting for the approval of a $162 million placement. ...

    WA stocks lose $17bn in November

    WA stocks lose $17bn in November

    22 Dec 2008 by Rebecca Lawson

    The market capitalisation of Western Australian listed companies shed $17 billion in November as uncertainty surrounding China's future growth and falling commodity prices continued to add pressure. ...

    Incremental rejects $84m takeover offer

    Incremental rejects $84m takeover offer

    19 Dec 2008 by Rebecca Lawson

    Perth-based Incremental Petroleum has recommended shareholders reject an $84 million takeover bid by Texan firm TransAtlantic, citing the current low oil price as one reason to rebuff the offer. ...

    Lawsuits are 'ambit' claims: FMG

    Lawsuits are 'ambit' claims: FMG

    19 Dec 2008 by Rebecca Lawson

    Fortescue Metals Group has dismissed the value of over $190 million of legal claims over the suspension of its shipping contracts as "ambit claims", as it reveals that over $2 million of its funds have been frozen in the United States. ...

    Phosphate Australia best performing IPO

    Phosphate Australia best performing IPO

    18 Dec 2008 by Rebecca Lawson

    Perth-based Phosphate Australia has emerged as the best performing initial public offer for 2008, as the number of company listings in Western Australia more than halve as the financial crisis bites. ...

    Slim pickings in insolvency

    Slim pickings in insolvency

    17 Dec 2008 by Mark Pownall

    NEXT year may be the year of the insolvency practitioner but the sector was certainly gearing up for business in 2008 as the older hands of the sector recognised the signs of a stumbling bull market. ...

    FMG mulls legal options over contracts

    FMG mulls legal options over contracts

    16 Dec 2008 by Rebecca Lawson

    Fortescue Metals Group says it is reviewing the legal status of its shipping contracts as it reveals today that disputes have arisen from a decision to suspend two-thirds of its long-term ship charter contracts. ...

    Euroz faces $3m Opes Prime law suit

    Euroz faces $3m Opes Prime law suit

    15 Dec 2008 by Rebecca Lawson

    Perth-based stockbroker Euroz faces another Opes Prime legal action from a client which has launched a $3.3 million law suit. ...

    Pro bono work standard practice

    Pro bono work standard practice

    10 Dec 2008 by Adam Orlando

    NAME any prominent not-for-profit organisation and it's likely some of the state's top law firms have offered them dozens of hours of service for free. ...

    Power on for new firm Napier Legal

    Power on for new firm Napier Legal

    09 Dec 2008 by Heather Bennett

    Corporate lawyer Stephen Power has established a new law firm less than three weeks after Sydney-based Middletons moved into Perth by merging with his old firm Salter Power and with Franklyn Legal. ...

    Succession link missing

    Succession link missing

    03 Dec 2008 by Russell Quinn

    AN alarmingly high number of Western Australian businesses are currently operating without a succession plan in place, and with the baby-boomer generation on the verge of retirement, many enterprises could be at risk. ...

    First Westpoint class action settled

    First Westpoint class action settled

    27 Nov 2008 by Rebecca Lawson

    The corporate watchdog has settled its first class action over the failed Westpoint Group, nearly a year after it launching court proceedings. ...

    Deloitte leads in advancement of women

    Deloitte leads in advancement of women

    21 Nov 2008 by Edited announcement

    The federal government's Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Agency (EOWA) has recognised professional services firm, Deloitte as Australia's Leading Organisation for the Advancement of Women (500+ employees). ...

    Charities look for mass support

    Charities look for mass support

    19 Nov 2008 by Adam Orlando

    THE growing number of mass participation events in Perth has provided fertile ground for benevolent institutions looking for more creative means to raise funds and deliver their message of goodwill. ...

    Cooper Energy buys into Incremental

    Cooper Energy buys into Incremental

    10 Nov 2008 by Edited announcement

    Cooper Energy has become the major shareholder in Incremental Petroleum, purchasing a share of almost 27 per cent in the company. ...

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