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Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Cormac Rothsey was arrested following an investigation by the NSW Joint Counter Terrorism Team, working with the AFP.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Article discusses imminent trial of barrister over charges of conspiring to communicate secret information.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Australia could again follow the US into a Middle Eastern conflict with a country that poses no existential threat.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Opinion piece discussing the focus on upping military expenditure at the expense of other pressing issues.
Clyde & Co
Terrorist attacks at large public gatherings and vehicular terrorism appear to be on the constant rise across the globe, as recently as November 2018 in Melbourne.
McCullough Robertson
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Colin Biggers & Paisley
A recently released guidance note by AUSTRAC specifies the level of transparency in transactions by reporting entities.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Owners and operators of Australia's critical infrastructure will soon have their assets scrutinised by the Government.
Marque Lawyers
Technology companies, industry groups and civil libertarians are united in their stance that this is a terrible new law.
Dentons
Australian Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has announced his intention to reject Hong Kong based CK Group's proposed A$13 billion acquisition of APA Group on the basis that the deal is contrary to the national interest.
Holley Nethercote commercial & financial services lawyers
A policy principle period was declared until 2 October 2018 to allow DCEs time to comply with their new obligations.
Cooper Grace Ward
If you're offering crypto-currencies for sale or purchase on a digital currency exchange, you should seek legal advice.
Cooper Grace Ward
Digital currency exchange providers need to enrol and register with AUSTRAC under new laws in effect on 3 April 2018.
Gilchrist Connell
From 1 July 2018, the ASD will become an independent statutory body with several increased powers to combat cybercrime.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
The Court found that a more sophisticated assessment was required to address potential threats to safety and security.
Hammond Taylor
Immigration is now included in a new Department of Home Affairs, with security, counter terrorism, and law enforcement.
Marque Lawyers
Faruqi isn't suing Latham for accusations of anti-white racism - he claims that Latham suggests he encourages terrorism.
Clayton Utz
The Australian Government is looking at federal regulation of infrastructure assets from a national security perspective.
Holley Nethercote commercial & financial services lawyers
Similar to past AUSTRAC risk assessments, this report has a broad application to the whole financial services industry.
Holding Redlich
Legislation to protect Australia's telecommunications networks from national security risks should be passed in 2017.
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Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Article discusses imminent trial of barrister over charges of conspiring to communicate secret information.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Cormac Rothsey was arrested following an investigation by the NSW Joint Counter Terrorism Team, working with the AFP.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Opinion piece discussing the focus on upping military expenditure at the expense of other pressing issues.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Australia could again follow the US into a Middle Eastern conflict with a country that poses no existential threat.
Dentons
Australian Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has announced his intention to reject Hong Kong based CK Group's proposed A$13 billion acquisition of APA Group on the basis that the deal is contrary to the national interest.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
A recently released guidance note by AUSTRAC specifies the level of transparency in transactions by reporting entities.
Clyde & Co
Terrorist attacks at large public gatherings and vehicular terrorism appear to be on the constant rise across the globe, as recently as November 2018 in Melbourne.
Marque Lawyers
Technology companies, industry groups and civil libertarians are united in their stance that this is a terrible new law.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Owners and operators of Australia's critical infrastructure will soon have their assets scrutinised by the Government.
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