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GetSwift’s move to Canada wins court, FIRB approval after fierce opposition by ASIC
Securities 2021-01-08 9:21 pm By Miklos Bolza

Last-mile logistics software company GetSwift has ceased trading on the ASX after its relocation to Canada got the greenlight by the Federal Court and FIRB […]

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ASIC not ‘disproportionately prejudiced’ by GetSwift’s move to Canada, judge says
Corporate 2020-12-01 9:23 pm By Miklos Bolza

A judge has found that a plan by last mile logistics software company GetSwift to relocate to Canada in the midst of ongoing civil litigation […]

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Judge postpones signing off on GetSwift move to Canada until FIRB approval
Corporate 2020-11-27 7:49 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

A judge has indicated she will approve GetSwift’s plans to relocate to Canada, despite concerns raised by ASIC, but will wait until the company has […]

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GetSwift not ‘fleeing the jurisdiction’ with Canada relocation bid, court told
Corporate 2020-11-26 6:58 pm By Miklos Bolza

Logistics software company GetSwift has tried to assure the Federal Court that an attempt to relocate to Canada is not for the purpose of avoiding […]

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Former solicitor general to act as contradictor in GetSwift recusal appeal
Alan Shearer 2020-11-25 4:42 pm By Spencer Fowler Steen

Former solicitor general Justin Gleeson SC has been appointed contradictor in GetSwift’s battle to have the judge overseeing a shareholder class action disqualify himself from […]

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Government may block GetSwift’s relocation to Canada while litigation on foot
Corporate 2020-11-24 5:50 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has indicated the government may oppose GetSwift’s bid to relocate to Canada while the company is facing a $50 million shareholder class […]

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Judge ‘currently minded’ to approve GetSwift’s Canadian relocation bid with caveats
Securities 2020-11-16 7:05 pm By Miklos Bolza

A judge has said she was “currently minded” to sign off on a scheme of arrangement that would see last-mile logistics software firm GetSwift relocate […]

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GetSwift’s mid-litigation relocation bid ‘not a good look’, judge says
Corporate 2020-11-13 5:54 pm By Miklos Bolza

A judge said Friday that a bid by last-mile logistics software firm GetSwift to relocate to Canada as it faces a potential $20 million civil […]

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GetSwift assures court it is indemnified for judgments in ASIC case, class action
Securities 2020-11-12 6:07 pm By Miklos Bolza

Last-mile logistics software firm GetSwift has offered a last minute undertaking that it will be covered for any judgments and penalties in a class action […]

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High Court questions power to hold class action contests
Class Actions 2020-11-11 11:57 pm By Christine Caulfield

That a first filed case should be the presumptive winner in a competition between class actions seemed a losing argument before the High Court on […]

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