New Chambers members Amy Reid and Eugene Chan have joined the esteemed team of contributors at Robson’s Annotated Corporations Legislation for Thomson Reuters. Amy’s revisions were published in February and Eugene’s in March.
Amy has revised annotations to Parts 2D.2 to 2D.6 of Chapter 2D (Officers and employees) of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth), adding annotations for ss 200H (Benefits required by law), 203AA (Resignation of directors—when resignation takes effect) and 205B (Notice of name and address of directors and secretaries to ASIC). These sections were not previously annotated.
Later this year, Amy is to revise annotations to Chapters 2A, 2B and 2C.
Eugene has made extensive revisions to the existing annotations for Parts 5.8 and 5.9 of Chapter 5 (External administration), adding annotations for s 600G (Electronic communication of documents). This is a relatively new provision, having only been substituted at the end of 2020. It enables documents regarding company administration and insolvency to be communicated and signed electronically. Eugene’s annotations distil key insights from the first judgments on s 600G.
Eugene will be revising further parts of Chapter 5 during 2023.
Thomson Reuters has also announced Karen Petch as part of new team of expert authors who are revising annotations to the key sections of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth). This new team is described as “up-and-coming in their respective fields and who will take the publication into the future.”
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