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Royal Commissions - data management and e-discovery
As new forms of data become admissible, firms rely on e-discovery and analytics to build cases and strengthen claims.
Australia
12 Nov 2018
2
Inside track: Healthcare: recent developments relating to hospitals and the health system
This newsletter provides links to recent media releases relating to Australian hospitals and health care.
Australia
12 Nov 2018
3
Marketing lessons learned from the ACCC and ASIC
When representing products and services via promotions or offers to consumers, businesses should avoid certain issues.
Australia
12 Nov 2018
4
Queensland privacy law reform on the horizon
The report made several recommendations to change the way entities bound by the IP Act deal with personal information.
Australia
12 Nov 2018
5
Rights of set-off against an insolvent company
This case supports parties seeking to rely on traditional set-off in construction or other contracts after a liquidation.
Australia
12 Nov 2018
6
The pitfalls arising from variations of deeds for property transactions
Parties should consider a deed of variation when amending option deeds, instead of emails or other casual correspondence.
Australia
12 Nov 2018
7
Defamation trials: Why plaintiffs are rush(ing) to file in the Federal Court
A plaintiff can elect that their defamation claim is heard by a jury simply by filing their claim in the Federal Court.
Australia
12 Nov 2018
8
Increase in penalties for OSH breaches in WA makes employers re-evaluate the cost of effective risk management
This article compares the new WA penalties with the work health and safety laws by Safe Work Australia in the Model Act.
Australia
12 Nov 2018
9
Bug bites at a Queensland call centre - claim for compensation
The ailment was not considered an injury for the purposes of the SRC Act, so Ms Carlson was not entitled to compensation.
Australia
12 Nov 2018
10
Legislation Update – Increased responsibility for workers that suffer catastrophic injuries
Specific criteria for different types of catastrophic injury are set in the SRC (Catastrophic Injury) Rules 2018 (Cth).
Australia
12 Nov 2018
11
Mining, Agriculture and Construction (MAC) equipment: A new UNIDROIT financing regime is coming
The MAC Protocol establishes an international legal framework to finance mining, agriculture and construction equipment.
Australia
12 Nov 2018
12
Is dismissing a complaining employee flying too close to the sun?
Care needs to be taken when flying close to the sun and dismissing a worker in relation to any complaint or grievance.
Australia
12 Nov 2018
13
Forging a path to protecting subcontractor payments in insolvency
The reasoning in the Forge cases is important for subcontractors' payment rights in cases of head contractor insolvency.
Australia
12 Nov 2018
14
Encroachment and adverse possession in Western Australia
If an encroaching owner can establish adverse possession, there is no encroachment and no offence under the Building Act.
Australia
9 Nov 2018
15
Now in force: Internationalising the International Arbitration Act
The amendments to the International Arbitration Act assist to promote Australia as an arbitration-friendly jurisdiction.
Australia
9 Nov 2018
16
The new normal: Flexibility in the workplace
Employers need to approach requests for flexible working arrangement with a view to trying to accommodate the request.
Australia
9 Nov 2018
17
Till death do us part – Accounting for disloyalty
In this case, the High Court clarified the applicable rules to knowing assistance, causation and accounting for profit.
Australia
9 Nov 2018
18
Bigger bite for the NSW Security of Payment Act
This Bill includes a number of changes to the legislation that will impact all parties in the NSW construction industry.
Australia
9 Nov 2018
19
Perception is paramount: Administrator denied appointment as liquidator
In other circumstances, it could be appropriate for the administrator of the company to be appointed as the liquidator.
Australia
9 Nov 2018
20
The Trans-Pacific Partnership to begin in late December 2018
Exporters need to be speaking to their trade advisors to find out the new reduced duty rates for individual products.
Australia
9 Nov 2018
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