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Major shake-ups to Australian competition laws commence soon
Businesses must prepare for changes to market power, merger clearance, cartels, price signalling, and exclusionary laws.
Australia
21 Oct 2017
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Family provision claims in NSW – An overview
A family provision claim is where a party applies to the court for a portion or a larger portion of a deceased's estate.
Australia
21 Oct 2017
3
Potential renaissance for Australian manufacturing as automation impacts the Asia-Pacific
This new research calls into question the established logic of offshoring manufacturing to 'low-cost' Asian countries.
Australia
21 Oct 2017
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Food for thought: the Modern Slavery Act impacts on fresh food retail, wholesale and agriculture industries
Businesses in food and agriculture industries should be particularly alive to the risk of slavery in their supply chains.
Australia
21 Oct 2017
5
Credit betting set to come to an end for online bookmakers
There are expensive consequences if an online wagering operator is found to be in breach of credit betting prohibitions.
Australia
21 Oct 2017
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Between Heaven mode and Hell: Uber use of big data puts users in a purgatory of certainty around privacy issues
Passengers should think about where they are handing over their personal information, and what the ramifications may be.
Australia
21 Oct 2017
7
Construction Contracts: When Is Industry Best Practice Not Good Enough?
E.ON engaged MT Højgaard ("MTH") to design and construct foundations for the Robin Rigg offshore wind farm in Scotland. The contract required MTH to exercise reasonable skill...
Australia
20 Oct 2017
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The 20 billion dollar question: mental health risks in the workplace
As companies race to boost profits and brand equity, many overlook the importance of the mental health of their workers.
Australia
20 Oct 2017
9
Unconditional bank guarantees: like cash in the bank. But not always …
When negotiating any contract, you must carefully consider the wording of any terms relating to a bank guarantee.
Australia
20 Oct 2017
10
Bruce Cooper discusses why Australia remains an attractive global destination for foreign investment
The outlook for Australia and its economy is optimistic, with a strong pipeline of opportunities for inbound investment.
Australia
20 Oct 2017
11
Thinking about helping your children buy a property? Read this…
Parents should document any funding arrangement of a family property purchase, to avoid the risk of a costly dispute.
Australia
20 Oct 2017
12
Employment Law Myth No.7: There is no point having a restraint of trade in an employment contract
Courts will, and frequently do, prevent former employees from acting in breach of their contractual restraints.
Australia
20 Oct 2017
13
Child support and adult child maintenance: What am I obligated to pay?
All parents must contribute to their children's financial support and this may be extended to dependent adult children.
Australia
20 Oct 2017
14
TGA Response: Changes To Accessing Unapproved Therapeutic Goods Through The Authorised Prescriber (AP) And Special Access Schemes (SAS)
Category B patients are those who require the use of unapproved therapeutic goods and do not have a life-threatening condition or illness.
Australia
19 Oct 2017
15
Is the Clean Energy Target dead or just resting?
The Federal Government announced a new energy policy, the NEG, walking away from Finkel's proposed Clean Energy Target.
Australia
19 Oct 2017
16
A class of their own? Class constitution in schemes of arrangement
In light of these Boart Longyear decisions, Courts will continue to vigorously adjudicate class constitution challenges.
Australia
19 Oct 2017
17
Things to keep in mind: Recent NSW planning decisions and what those principles say about everyday development
These cases raise important issues of how impacts are considered and consequences of the lapsing of development consent.
Australia
19 Oct 2017
18
The mobilisation of the decommissioning industry in Australian energy resources
National Energy Resources Australia rates Australia below world average for the abandonment phase of project lifecycles.
Australia
19 Oct 2017
19
Challenge denied: administrator appointments held to be valid, ASIC register plays key role
The sole shareholder of the companies failed in his attempt to challenge the validity of the administrator appointments.
Australia
19 Oct 2017
20
New Recommendations For Radical Whistleblowing Laws In Australia: Time To Rethink Your Policies
The Parliamentary Joint Committee on Corporations and Financial Services (Joint Committee) has released its report on recommended changes to whistleblower protections in the corporate...
Australia
18 Oct 2017
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