Gregory Ross is a partner of Eakin McCaffery Cox’s Commercial Government team. He has many years legal services experience spanning litigious and non-litigious, civil and criminal contexts. He is an accredited specialist in Government and Administrative Law under the NSW Law Society’s Specialist Accreditation scheme and was Head Assessor for that field in 2011-13.
Since 1988 he has practised in the areas of Administrative Law, Government Contracting, Industry Facilitation and Probity matters, including legislative reform and procurement projects, including Public Private Partnerships, to achieve the best value for money for clients.
He works very much at the interface of government and the commercial world. He has, for some time, provided Probity Advisory/Audit governance services to clients.
The legislation is intended to lessen corporate phoenix activity – the process of continuing business activity of a company that has been liquidated to avoid its debts. The DIN scheme increases accountability by making directors traceable.
This NSW provision hangs off the state “version” of the legislation the Commonwealth required New South Wales to enter into pursuant to the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement as incorporated into the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific...