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Phase Two reforms to Heavy Vehicle National Law
These HVNL amendments, introduced into Queensland, include broadening of due diligence obligations on executive officers.
Australia
18 Jun 2018
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A valid reason to dismiss is not always enough
Employers must ensure that procedural fairness is afforded to employees at all stages of the termination process.
Australia
18 Jun 2018
3
To assume or not to assume: Assumed disability and discrimination in the workplace
Employers must take particular care, when addressing concerns raised internally about an employee's mental health.
Australia
18 Jun 2018
4
Consignor fined $75,000 for unsafe transportation of goods
The consignor was fined for failing to ensure that dangerous goods were transported in a safe manner, contrary to the Act.
Australia
18 Jun 2018
5
Immigration Law News – 12 June 2018
This newsletter includes links and summaries of recent immigration instruments relating to immigration in Australia.
Australia
18 Jun 2018
6
Healthcare News – 13 June 2018
This newsletter includes links and summaries to recent media releases, recalls and alerts relating to healthcare law.
Australia
18 Jun 2018
7
So, you are thinking about setting up a digital currency exchange?
If you're offering crypto-currencies for sale or purchase on a digital currency exchange, you should seek legal advice.
Australia
18 Jun 2018
8
Increased property taxes from 1 July 2018 announced in Queensland Budget
The Queensland Government's FY2018-19 budget has been announced and it includes an increase to two property taxes.
Australia
18 Jun 2018
9
Digital currency exchange – quick guide to compliance with the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Terrorism Financing Act
Digital currency exchange providers need to enrol and register with AUSTRAC under new laws in effect on 3 April 2018.
Australia
18 Jun 2018
10
Domestic Violence Leave
The growing debate on whether all Australian employees should have a minimum entitlement to take domestic violence leave.
Australia
18 Jun 2018
11
Queensland 2018 Budget – Build now, pay later
Business will see from this budget and in the next few years a lift in the tempo of investment in public infrastructure.
Australia
15 Jun 2018
12
Privacy - it is the business of everyone
If you comply with the Australian privacy laws and principles, you would comply with many of the GDPR requirements.
Australia
15 Jun 2018
13
New ipso facto regime – Reforming the automatic termination of contracts on insolvency
These new provisions will only apply to contracts entered into from 1 July 2018, and will not apply retrospectively.
Australia
15 Jun 2018
14
Health Law Bulletin: June 2018
This bulletin includes articles relevant to the health, aged care and retirement sectors of the Australian economy.
Australia
15 Jun 2018
15
Corrs High Vis: Episode 26 – Murray Report reviewing the national security of payment laws
This podcast discusses some recommendations of the Murray Report and their likely impact on the construction industry.
Australia
15 Jun 2018
16
So, you are thinking of undertaking an ICO?
An ICO is a form of fundraising that allows organisations to raise funds from investors for a variety of projects.
Australia
15 Jun 2018
17
Interim receivers and managers: Remuneration Update
This decision reinforces the role of interim receivers and managers and the Court approach to fixing their remuneration.
Australia
14 Jun 2018
18
Narrower but still potentially catastrophic: Including your SMSF borrowing (LRBAs) in your total superannuation balance
A member could find they now have a zero non-concessional cap, when that was not the case without these proposed rules.
Australia
14 Jun 2018
19
The Australian family law system review: What you need to know
There may be changes to the WA system after the completion of the Australian Family Law system review in March 2019.
Australia
14 Jun 2018
20
How superannuation is dealt with in your property settlement
When two people separate and divide their assets, the Court considers all the contributions, including superannuation.
Australia
14 Jun 2018
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