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    What's the difference between tag along and drag along rights?

    In a shareholders agreement, tag along and drag along rights are two very different things, designed to serve completely different purposes.

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    Drag along rights in a shareholders agreement

    Drag along rights can be an important protection for a company's founding or controlling shareholders. Here's what you need to know.

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    Tag along rights in shareholders agreements

    Tag along rights give a shareholder the right to join (or 'tag along' with) another shareholder if they find a buyer for their shares. They can be an important protection for minority shareholders.

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    Unfair dismissal for poor performance - the guiding principles

    A recent decision by the Fair Work Commission helpfully summarises when a dismissal for poor performance is an unfair dismissal for the purposes of the Fair Work Act.

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    Crowd-sourced equity funding in Australia - where's it up to?

    Crowd-sourced equity funding for unlisted public companies came into effect on 29 September 2017. At the moment, the regime will only be available to public companies. However, in a significant develo...

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    Why you shouldn't download a shareholders agreement template

    A shareholders agreement template may look like an appealing solution. But there are a number of reasons why you should be very wary of them.

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