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By Dan Brush, Isabella Johnston
A number of funding initiatives are on offer for innovators and entrepreneurs in various states, as well as nationally.
By Jon Meadmore
The cases provide lessons for businesses to avoid requests of suppliers or distributers that could be seen as threats.
By Brendan Maier, Jacqueline Cheung
A "dominant use" land assessment requires an inquiry into the current tangible and physical deployment and its purpose.
By Rebecca Castley, Angela Spear
Tenants should consider the landlord's maintenance obligations when negotiating the contractual terms of the lease.
By Stuart Unwin
The judge allowed the substitution of a defendant, but ordered the plaintiffs to pay the costs of the application.
By Simone Farrugia
Security interests must be registered correctly to avoid assets vesting in a company if placed into administration.
By Todd Neal
Proclamations need to be drafted clearly to transfer criminal liability from one legal person to another legal person.
By Chris Rumore
Lessors and lessees in NSW should be aware of these changes in order to be prepared for when these changes take effect.
By Thanh Bui
The Supreme Court streamlines processes and signals a paperless shift by replacing more than 150 Practice Notes with 48.
By Jon Meadmore
An interim supply of medicinal cannabis from approved international sources will be allowed to meet a short-term demand.
By Cathryn Prowse
A penalty rates reduction is a win for employers in the hospitality, fast food, retail and pharmacy industries.
By Dan Brush
The new data breach scheme creates an obligation to report eligible data breaches relating to personal information.
By Todd Neal
The primary purpose of these reforms is to "promote confidence in our state's planning system", not housing supply.
By Caitlin Divani, Jessica Dal Pra
This is a reminder for businesses to include robust termination provisions in their independent contractor agreements.
By Paul Bannon
These NSW court cases provide lessons for litigators in personal injury claims where some design fault is alleged.
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