Sunday, 24 June 2018

Dale Chapman
Telephone +61 2 8915 1043
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My work involves advising both public and private companies on a broad range of business matters and acting as external general counsel for a number of companies.


I have extensive experience in mergers and acquisitions, joint venture projects, equity capital markets, corporate governance and commercial contracts, and the particular insights gained while practising law in Tokyo, acting for some of Japan’s largest trading houses on a variety of challenging global transactions.


I also have a focus on the water sector with significant expertise in water law, markets and trading, and drafting and negotiating complex commercial contracts for the water industry.
 

 

Qualification

LLB - University of Newcastle

 

BEc - University of Newcastle

Latest Knowledge
Shedding light on the murky distinction between employees and independent contractors
22 June 2018
This paper will provide a short summary of each criterion which has been considered by the courts in application of their “multifactorial” approach to questions of “employee or independent contractor”.
MORE INFORMATION
Direct Selling Legal Update - June 2018
15 June 2018
Welcome to the latest issue of the Addisons Direct Selling Legal Update. There have been a number of significant issues affecting the direct selling sector which have occurred since our last newsletter. Some of these issues are addressed in this newsletter.
MORE INFORMATION
Easements of Necessity - Why developers need to be careful relying on access from an adjoining property
12 June 2018
A recent decision of the Land and Environment Court (Court) is a reminder to developers that they cannot assume that an order for an easement of necessity, such as a right of carriageway, will be made by a judge of the Court
MORE INFORMATION

My practice includes:

 

  • mergers & acquisitions,
  • joint venture projects,
  • equity capital markets,
  • commercial contracts
  • corporate governance and
  • water law and regulation.
     
 

Qualification

LLB - University of Newcastle

 

BEc - University of Newcastle

Latest Knowledge
Shedding light on the murky distinction between employees and independent contractors
22 June 2018
This paper will provide a short summary of each criterion which has been considered by the courts in application of their “multifactorial” approach to questions of “employee or independent contractor”.
MORE INFORMATION
Direct Selling Legal Update - June 2018
15 June 2018
Welcome to the latest issue of the Addisons Direct Selling Legal Update. There have been a number of significant issues affecting the direct selling sector which have occurred since our last newsletter. Some of these issues are addressed in this newsletter.
MORE INFORMATION
Easements of Necessity - Why developers need to be careful relying on access from an adjoining property
12 June 2018
A recent decision of the Land and Environment Court (Court) is a reminder to developers that they cannot assume that an order for an easement of necessity, such as a right of carriageway, will be made by a judge of the Court
MORE INFORMATION
Water NSW
Advising on securing Broken Hill’s town water supply using a desalination plant to treat subsurface water. The project involved advice on environmental and planning issues, property acquisitions, native title, water approvals and licences, procurement processes and construction contracts.
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Australian Government
I have advised the Department of the Environment in acquisitions of water rights in four States under the $3.1 billion Restoring the Balance in the Murray-Darling Basin Program and the $5.8 billion Sustainable Rural Water Use and Infrastructure Program.
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Private Irrigation Infrastructure Operators Program
Advising Murrumbidgee Irrigation, Murray Irrigation and Coleambally Irrigation Co-operative in relation to $414 million of water infrastructure projects under the Australian Government’s $600 million Private Irrigation Infrastructure Operators Program in New South Wales.
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Hunter Water
Privatisation of the Kooragang Industrial Water Scheme by competitive bid process. I have also advised on compulsory acquisition processes and site licences with telecommunications carriers.
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Japanese trading house
I advised this company on the worldwide acquisition of a household insecticide business involving asset deals in over 20 jurisdictions.
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Australian Associated Press
For over 10 years I have advised on this client’s mergers and acquisitions, including the sale of their media monitoring business to iSentia (formerly Media Monitors), obtaining competition clearances in Australia and overseas. I have also advised on complex commercial contracts for media monitoring and analysis.
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Barilla Australia
I have worked with this client on sponsorship arrangements for the MasterChef television series, regulatory compliance with food labelling laws (including country of origin claims) and dealings with the Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service.
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Ashley Services Group
I have worked with this client since 2003 on numerous mergers and acquisitions, including the $55 million purchase of Integracom in 2014, as well as group restructurings and ASG’s IPO on the ASX which raised $98 million.
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Qualification

LLB - University of Newcastle

 

BEc - University of Newcastle

Latest Knowledge
Shedding light on the murky distinction between employees and independent contractors
22 June 2018
This paper will provide a short summary of each criterion which has been considered by the courts in application of their “multifactorial” approach to questions of “employee or independent contractor”.
MORE INFORMATION
Direct Selling Legal Update - June 2018
15 June 2018
Welcome to the latest issue of the Addisons Direct Selling Legal Update. There have been a number of significant issues affecting the direct selling sector which have occurred since our last newsletter. Some of these issues are addressed in this newsletter.
MORE INFORMATION
Easements of Necessity - Why developers need to be careful relying on access from an adjoining property
12 June 2018
A recent decision of the Land and Environment Court (Court) is a reminder to developers that they cannot assume that an order for an easement of necessity, such as a right of carriageway, will be made by a judge of the Court
MORE INFORMATION
 

Qualification

LLB - University of Newcastle

 

BEc - University of Newcastle

Latest Knowledge
Shedding light on the murky distinction between employees and independent contractors
22 June 2018
This paper will provide a short summary of each criterion which has been considered by the courts in application of their “multifactorial” approach to questions of “employee or independent contractor”.
MORE INFORMATION
Direct Selling Legal Update - June 2018
15 June 2018
Welcome to the latest issue of the Addisons Direct Selling Legal Update. There have been a number of significant issues affecting the direct selling sector which have occurred since our last newsletter. Some of these issues are addressed in this newsletter.
MORE INFORMATION
Easements of Necessity - Why developers need to be careful relying on access from an adjoining property
12 June 2018
A recent decision of the Land and Environment Court (Court) is a reminder to developers that they cannot assume that an order for an easement of necessity, such as a right of carriageway, will be made by a judge of the Court
MORE INFORMATION