White Knight Lawyers is celebrating its second year of practice. Our firm has grown significantly with the support of its clients and we have worked on very exciting legal engagements across diverse practice areas. More importantly, we have achieved some great results for our clients.
A force majeure clause is a mechanism in a contract by which parties try to manage and allocate the risks arising out of events outside of their reasonable control. Unlike the doctrine of frustration (which operates at law), force majeure is strictly contractual.
The doctrine of frustration is a common law principle by which a contract is terminated by operation of law on the emergence of a fundamentally different factual situation to that which was originally envisaged at the time the parties entered the contract.
White Knights Lawyers is celebrating its first year of legal practice. During this time, we have been fortunate enough to work on some very interesting legal engagements across diverse practice areas. More importantly, we have achieved some amazing results for our clients.
The Treasury Laws Amendment (Enhancing Whistleblower Protections) Bill 2018 recently passed both houses of the Commonwealth Parliament. The Bill significantly expands the protections available to whistleblowers in the Australian private sector.