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By Penny Murray
The NSW Government has opened a new round of consultation on the precise shape that some of these reforms should take.
By Laura Holmes
On 11 May 2017, Federal Parliament passed the Personal Property Securities Amendment (PPS Leases) Bill 2017.
By Clare Kerley, Maree Skinner
The Fair Work Ombudsman has prosecuted an accounting firm for its role in a client's breach of the Fair Work Act.
By Penelope Hobart
This was a win for copyright owners and exclusive licensees protecting rights from pirate websites outside Australia.
By Lucy Hartland, Lis Boyce
These changes reflect a new approach to health policy, with more collaboration between Government and key stakeholders.
By Danielle Kuti
Even if one co-guarantor has more culpability for the debt, the Court may not be able to adjust obligations accordingly.
By Lis Boyce
This case is a reminder of the role of the Takeovers Panel in other matters that could affect the control of a company.
By Emma Hodgman
The NSW Rural Assistance Authority administers the Farm Debt Mediation Act 1994, and is overseeing a review of the Act.
By Stephanie Schiller, Rob Jarvin
Both landlords and tenants of NSW retail premises should ensure they understand and prepare for this suite of changes.
By Lucy Hartland
Making an application for listing of a patented pharmaceutical product on the PBS would not infringe the patent.
By Fay Calderone
Any employer must be in a position to demonstrate that his or her immediate dismissal of the employee was not unfair.
By Hayley Upton
If the ACCC considers a breach of the ACL has occurred, it is prepared to take action against foreign-based businesses.
By John Stragalinos, John Heard
The Federal Government released long-anticipated draft legislation making key changes to insolvency laws for directors.
By Simone Collignon
The fundraising regime enables small unlisted public companies to seek out investors on licensed crowdfunding portals.
By Scott Guthrie
The Supreme Court of Victoria has gone some way to solidify a consistent trend in three important insolvency principles.
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