Corporations Law Case Analyser

Fast track your Corporations Law research

Keeping you on the cutting edge of Corporations Law with quick access to authoritative and practical insights on recent case decisions

Corporations Law Case Analyser (CLCA) is the only dedicated and regularly updated source of in-depth analyses of selected Corporations Law cases with high precedential value. Covering cases from State Supreme Courts, the Federal Court, and the Australian High Court, CLCA helps you save time on legal research and case reviews.

A subscription to the Corporations Law Case Analyser online service will afford you the following benefits:

  • Quick access to cases sorted by theme and alphabetical order
  • Regular updates on legal developments impacting on key clients and matters
  • Insightful commentaries by skilled practitioners in the area of Corporations Law to keep you ahead of your practice
  • Analyses of practical legal impact of cases with high precedential value
  • Case notes linked to broader commentary from other LexisNexis collections
  • Links to key Corporations Law titles such as Ford’s Principles of Corporations Law and Austin & Black’s Annotations to the Corporations Act

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General Information
General EditorBigos, O
AuthorsHargovan, A; Narayan, A; d’Arville, A; Langford, B; Su, X B; Frauenfelder, S G
Subject AreaCorporations Law
UpdatesApproximately 80 cases per year
Charging MethodSingle-user Subscription

Corporations Law Case Analyser has an intuitive search functionality that will take your research one step further by alerting you to the practical impact of each case and providing deep links to relevant LexisNexis resources. The product is designed alphabetically, with thematic headings, to allow you to find the most relevant case to your matter.

You may apply for a 14-day trial to experience first-hand how Corporations Law Case Analyser can add value to your practice.

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Dr Oren Bigos
Barrister, Melbourne
General Editor of Corporations Law Case Analyser

Oren Bigos is a Melbourne-based barrister who practises in a wide range of commercial law matters, including banking and finance, insolvency, corporations, equity and property. He has won the Supreme Court Prize at Monash University, and earned his BCL, MPhil, and DPhil degrees at Oxford University.

Corporations Law Case Analyser is full of commentaries and practical analyses carefully put together and regularly updated by a roster of skilled practitioners in the area of Corporations Law.

  • Associate Professor Anil Hargovan
    School of Taxation and Business Law, University of New South Wales

    Anil Hargovan is an Associate Professor in the School of Taxation and Business Law at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. Anil has authored and co-authored several books, including Australian Corporate Law (2013, LexisNexis Butterworths) and Principles of Contemporary Corporate Governance (2011, Cambridge University Press).

    Anil is the immediate past President of the Corporate Law Teachers Association (founded 1991), the peak body representing over 100 academics in the Australasian region. He is a member of the Corporate Governance Subject Advisory Committee for Chartered Secretaries, Australia.

  • Alwyn Narayan
    Barrister, Sydney

    Alwyn Narayan’s areas of expertise include directors’ responsibilities, company liquidations, and insolvency. He has been practicing in the Sydney bar since 2006, mainly in equity and commercial/corporate matters. He finished his Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Canterbury University, Christchurch, New Zealand, in 1995.

  • Anais d’Arville
    Barrister, Sydney

    Anais d’Arville is a barrister at Banco Chambers, Sydney, and has practised in a range of areas including corporations, banking, insolvency, equity, competition, construction and sports law. Directly prior to the bar, Anais was a Senior Associate in the banking litigation group at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP between 2008 and 2012, during which he acted on various large scale proceedings arising from the global financial crisis at the time.

  • Ben Langford
    Lawyer, Ashurst

    Ben is a corporate lawyer at Ashurst, with expertise on mergers & acquisitions and corporate governance, and experience in investment banking as well as equity research analysis. Ben gained a double degree in Law (Hons) and Commerce (Hons) at Monash University and completed part of his studies on exchange at the University of Copenhagen.

  • Xi Bing Su
    Associate, Clifford Chance

    Xi Bing Su is an Associate at Clifford Chance, based in the Sydney office and currently on secondment to the Firm’s Corporate - Funds group in Singapore. She has previously worked for Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher and Flom in Hong Kong, and as a Judge’s Associate at the Supreme Court of New South Wales. She holds a BA/LLB from the University of Sydney.

  • Simon G Frauenfelder
    Lawyer, Corrs Chambers Westgarth

    Simon G Frauenfelder is a lawyer at Corrs Chambers Westgarth, Melbourne, practicing in commercial litigation including regulatory enforcement, insolvency and product liability. He graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Laws with first class honours. His work has appeared in a number of publications, including the Building and Construction Law Journal and the Law Institute Journal.

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The following LexisNexis titles complete your access to our most comprehensive range of Australian Corporations Law resources.

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