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By John Tuck
This new research calls into question the established logic of offshoring manufacturing to 'low-cost' Asian countries.
By James Morley, Robert Clarke, Sally Milner
There are expensive consequences if an online wagering operator is found to be in breach of credit betting prohibitions.
By John Tuck, Richard Flitcroft, Anthony Forsyth
The Parliamentary Committee has recently tabled its report on Whistleblower Protections with a number of new reforms.
By Jade Rowarth, Jason Salman, Kirsty Sutherland
This case serves a reminder that any decision to approve an asset-based loan must be transparent and justifiable.
By Alan Churley, Andrew Chew, Andrew Lumsden
Doing Business in Australia answers common questions and issues raised by foreign investors, importers and exporters.
By Simon Johnson, Frieda Chan
This Twitter judgment is notable for any online platform or website which publishes confidential information.
By Brent Lillywhite, Samuel Volling
In some circumstances, Queensland's planning law requires developers to obtain third party consents.
By Michael Catchpoole
Below, we offer an overview of what the NSW Act does, and outline three key issues it raises.
By Ian Dallen
There has been a rise of superior court applications by a party seeking to remove their opponent's lawyers.
By Joseph Barbaro, Leighton Moon
All construction contracts should have a proper dispute resolution clause to protect against claims under the SOP Act.
By Jared Heath, John Walter
The VPSC framework encourages public officials to query - who is offering the gift, benefit or hospitality, and, why?
By Michael Kimmins, Daniel Byrne
The case provides useful guidance as to relevant principles that will apply in a "material change in circumstances" case.
By Jade Rowarth, Jason Salman, Kirsty Sutherland
The liquidators applied to be appointed as administrators of Diploma company and to put a DOCA proposal to creditors.
By Jack de Flamingh, Janine Young, John Tuck
The update can assist directors and other officers comply with a personal duty to exercise due diligence under WHS laws.
By John W H Denton
The B20 Infrastructure Taskforce identifies three main structural impediments to investment in infrastructure projects.
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