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By Jonathan Newby, Cathryn Prowse, Mathew Deighton
The Lacrosse judgment examined liability for buildings constructed with aluminium composite panels (ACPs) on its façade.
By Carlos Gouveia
Employers may benefit from disclosing unpaid superannuation guarantee charge liabilities to the Australian Taxation Office.
By Phi Vo, Rachael Poupinel Devalence
This article looks at changes in corporate immigration in 2018, trends and insights, and what to consider in 2019.
By Allan Lonergan, Madeleine Copley
New valuations for properties located in 18 local government areas across Queensland will take effect on 30 June 2019.
By Duane Keighran, John Douglas
In NSW, representatives of landlords and tenants are now able to prepare, sign and register most leases electronically.
By Greg McCann, Kerry O'Brien
Are your safety systems defensible and enough to protect the safety of your workers?
By Debbie Kaminskas, Melissa Fenton
Court of Appeal confirms that aged care provider did not breach duty of care in trip and fall case.
By Michelle Taylor, Stuart Hetherington
This article considers the status of the legal framework that underpins autonomous shipping and the challenges ahead.
By Maryanne Pollifrone
The period between separation and finalising a divorce and property settlement risks intestacy if there is no Will.
By Toby Blyth
Recent report suggests changes in the law that may have a long term effect on the general insurance sales process.
By Andrew Tulloch
Recent case warns that aircraft operators should aim for compliance with both Commonwealth, state & territory laws.
By Nathan Rhimes, Jessica Fletcher
Victoria attempts to tackle dangerous cladding as well as unruly behaviour in short-stay accommodation.
By John Douglas
This NSW decision highlights key issues faced where there is a challenge to the valid exercise of an option for renewal.
By Todd Neal, Zac Mills
Much of the commentary relates to climate change, but the project would have been refused for other unacceptable impacts.
By Andrew Tulloch
Summary of recent case where sections 5F, 5H and 42 of the Civil Liability Act were applied.
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