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By Jade Rowarth, Jason Salman, Kirsty Sutherland
The decision provides some comfort for those administrators who have used, and intend to continue using, 'Holding DOCAs'.
By John Tuck, Anthony Forsyth
The Australian government proposes to require large businesses to report annually on their actions to end modern slavery.
By Michael Leong, Carolyn Taylor
Unaccepted unconditional offers to purchase resumed land are unlikely to be admissible as direct evidence of its value.
By Shaun Bailey, Jaclyn Smith, Raeesa Rawal
A 'New Wave' of infrastructure growth is rolling across Australia – what does this mean for construction professionals?
By Leanne O'Brien
Entities could be liable for past contamination, where they are now responsible for the consequences of the pollution.
By Andrew McCormack
This edition of our construction and infrastructure update on legislative and caselaw developments, looks at recent cases.
By Jillian Button
Organisations that own, occupy or will be carrying out works on sites potentially impacted by PFAS should take note.
By Andrew McCormack
The Market-Led Proposal (MLP) framework is a pathway for businesses and government to work together for the community.
By Jade Rowarth, Jason Salman, Kirsty Sutherland
The case discusses rights of a liquidator to funds paid into court as security by a company which then became insolvent.
By Nicholas Ellery, Ruth Hart, Anthony Forsyth
The Corrupting Benefits Bill passes recommendations of the Royal Commission into Trade Union Governance and Corruption.
By Bronwyn Lincoln, Jaclyn Smith
Australia became a signatory to the Mauritius Convention on 18 July 2017, the first in the Asia-Pacific region to do so.
By Jade Rowarth, Jason Salman, Kirsty Sutherland
We consider what Simpkin v The Berkeley Group Holdings PLC [2017] EWHC 1472 means for insolvency practitioners.
By Christine Covington, Matt Floro
We summarise the case and look at the key considerations for developers as a result of the decision.
By Christine Covington, Louise Camenzuli, Louise Lee, Chris Marshall
It is not necessary for all interested owners of land to receive a PAN in order for the land to be compulsorily acquired.
By Jared Heath, John Walter, Melanie Bond
Elements, such as location. connections, equipment and mode of operation are each essential to the success of a CEC.
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