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By Sophie Lees
Individual athlete brands are valuable, exploitable and are assets which young ambitious athletes aspire to achieve.
By Helene Lee
All Victorian employers should consider these changes to long service leave entitlements, to commence by November 2018.
By Sally Woodward
Employers should take advantage of this amnesty to review superannuation practices for compliance with SG legislation.
By Nick Abrahams, Jim Lennon
Recent changes to privacy laws present serious challenges for businesses, especially those operating on a global scale.
By Sally Woodward
This amnesty is an opportunity for employers to self-report and correct previous undeclared super guarantee shortfalls.
By Nicola Martin, Sally Woodward
The Australian Human Rights Commission has launched a national inquiry into sexual harassment in Australian workplaces.
By Noel McCoy, Laura Johns
Contracts should be checked without delay to maximise protection (to the extent possible) from these significant changes.
By Abigail McGregor, Jehan-Philippe Wood, Jacob Smit
This new annual reporting regime will have a significant impact on larger businesses operating in or from Australia.
By Elisa de Wit, Jacqueline Plant
Article provides a snapshot of the key reforms of the Environment Protection Amendment Bill 2018.
By Abigail McGregor
As well as requiring corporate entities to report, the Act will have a significant impact on NSW government agencies.
By Abigail McGregor
Commercial organisations subject to obligations under the Commonwealth Act are exempt from NSW reporting requirements.
By Hazel Brasington, John Moutsopoulos
A comparison of 2018 and 2014 survey results found new trends, particularly in the areas of technology and innovation.
By Georgina Hey, Isobel Taylor
The article explores the impact of 'fame tax' on individuals who use a separate entity to cash in on their image rights.
By Michael French, Matthew Derrick
The Queensland Government's FY2018-19 budget has been announced and it includes an increase to two property taxes.
By Scott Atkins, Jonathon Turner
Recent case considers the operation of the new statutory scheme for registration of liquidators. .
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