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Support persons and disciplinary meetings - top questions by employers answered
The article answers top questions in relation to the participation of support persons in employment related discussions.
Australia
13 Oct 2017
2
Building approvals - Are you aware that you need consent from the registered holder of an easement? - 21 September 2017
We discuss ISPT Pty Ltd v Brisbane City Council & Conias Corporation Pty Ltd [2017] QPEC 52.
Australia
24 Sep 2017
3
React.js: is Facebook going to sue me for patent infringement?
React (also React.js or ReactJS) is an open-source JavaScript library developed and maintained by Facebook.
Australia
20 Sep 2017
4
Are final parenting orders really final? When can parenting orders be changed?
Separated parents can always ask the Court to vary parenting orders if it is in the best interests of their children.
Australia
19 Sep 2017
5
Knuckles Connolly dusts up the QRU with a handshake: The importance of documentation and procedures in the sports industry
The case highlights the inherent dangers of informal arrangements, which can be commonplace within the sports industry.
Australia
18 Sep 2017
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Small Australian startups are one step closer to accessing equity crowdfunding
Legislation has now been introduced to extend crowdsourced equity funding (CSF) to proprietary companies in Australia.
Australia
18 Sep 2017
7
Financial assurance and rehabilitation framework review for resource activities in Queensland
Resource companies would either make a payment into a fund to cover potential future clean-up costs or provide a surety.
Australia
17 Sep 2017
8
Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) in Australia
An ICO is a fundraising mechanism using blockchain technology (bitcoin or ether) to sell tokens to fund new projects.
Australia
15 Sep 2017
9
Closing a regulatory gap: Commonwealth Government moves to regulate digital currencies
This Bill will bring digital currency exchanges within the AML/CTF regime and under the regulatory oversight of AUSTRAC.
Australia
14 Sep 2017
10
Queensland Resources and Energy Update - September 2017
The update examines recent issues, legislation and case law relating to the resources and energy industry in Queensland.
Australia
11 Sep 2017
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Queensland Government releases the Queensland Information Technology Contracting (QITC) procurement framework
QITC is designed to make Queensland Government procurement simpler and faster, and to cater for newer procurement models.
Australia
8 Sep 2017
12
Rising tides - native title rights over the sea
The Court made the first consent determination of native title over the sea to the Yaegl People in New South Wales.
Australia
8 Sep 2017
13
Is your business prepared? WA set for increases to penalties for workplace safety offences
The new penalty provisions signal a serious need for WA business owners to address occupational safety and health issues.
Australia
8 Sep 2017
14
WA fracking ban and moratorium announced
The industry looks forward to details of the delegated legislation implementing the ban and moratorium being released.
Australia
7 Sep 2017
15
New tax incentives for investors in junior exploration companies
A new initiative should assist junior exploration companies by providing what may be a flow through tax credit scheme.
Australia
7 Sep 2017
16
New manufactured homes regulation in Queensland - prohibited special terms
Park owners will need to review all existing site agreements to ensure that "prohibited special terms" are not included.
Australia
4 Sep 2017
17
Overhaul of Queensland security payment system - the new proposed fairness system
The new bill will affect all players in the construction industry, including developers, contractors and subcontractors.
Australia
28 Aug 2017
18
Can I trademark my business name?
Trademark registration of your business name is a relatively inexpensive and effective way to achieve protection.
Australia
25 Aug 2017
19
Someone has stolen my trademark - What should I do?
These are steps to take if you believe your trademark, a sign to distinguish your goods or services, has been infringed.
Australia
25 Aug 2017
20
Top five trademark issues to consider for your startup
Complex issues may arise for startup businesses without adequate trademark protection, so these are five to consider.
Australia
25 Aug 2017
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