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Domestic violence reforms in Queensland provide victims with earlier intervention and more effective protection
The reforms arise from the 2015 report released by the Special Taskforce on Domestic and Family Violence in Queensland.
Australia
19 Oct 2016
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Queensland's new Lock Out laws: What you need to know - 18 February 2016
The article discusses key aspects of the legislation, outlining issues affecting your business and other implications.
Australia
22 Feb 2016
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Crime doesn't pay: workers compensation fraud has serious repercussions - 16 December 2015
A worker, in receipt of workers' compensation benefits, asserted he was unemployed while he was working as a taxi driver.
Australia
20 Dec 2015
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How does family violence impact upon parenting matters in family law? - 25 November 2015
On White Ribbon Day, this article explains how family violence impacts upon parenting matters under the Family Law Act.
Australia
30 Nov 2015
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Record seven year jail sentence for perpetrator of Australia’s worst instance of insider trading
We discuss the record penalties imposed in the recent NAB/ABS insider trading scam.
Australia
22 Mar 2015
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Christmas in jail for perpetrators of Australia’s worst case of insider trading
The recent NAB / ABS insider trading scam has been described as the worst instance of insider trading in Australia.
Australia
22 Dec 2014
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Crackdown on insider trading goes beyond shares
The article discusses the recent ABS case, laws and penalties relating to insider trading and ASIC enforcement action,
Australia
27 Jun 2014
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Seven corporate governance lessons from David Jones
The article set out key lessons for companies, directors, market participants and investors about corporate governance.
Australia
5 Mar 2014
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Crackdown on outlaw motorcycle gangs
Licensees and staff must not knowingly admit persons with prohibited items (such as outlaw motorcycle gang "colours").
Australia
24 Oct 2013
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ASIC to be Granted Greater Power?
Chris Bowen MP, the Minister for Financial Services, Superannuation and Corporate Law, has announced proposals to enhance the Australian Securities and Investments Commission’s powers to pursue market misconduct. According to Minister Bowen, "these changes will ensure ASIC is properly equipped to investigate and prosecute serious corporate misconduct [that] has the potential to cause significant harm to the economy and investors".
Australia
3 Feb 2010
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