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By Lachlan Cloak
Lachlan Cloak discusses fencing disputes with neighbours on MyMp 1377AM radio show "MyMelbourne with Glenn Ridge".
By Christina McElwain
Christina McElwain of Rockwell Oliver discusses piracy and copyright on the radio show "MyMelbourne with Glenn Ridge".
By Damian O'Connor
Damian O'Connor discusses superannuation from a taxation perspective on the radio show "MyMelbourne with Glenn Ridge".
By Sam Cottell
ChAFTA will see a significant expansion of Australia's economic presence in this lucrative and growing region of Asia..
By Jennifer Keane
The Court found a breach of natural justice in one respect of the award, so severed that part and enforced the balance.
By Damian O'Connor
The ATO intends to target law firms or accounting firms who are structured as partnerships of discretionary trusts.
By Fiona Sonntag
Carefully consider the potential risks as well as the benefits to avoid future heartaches.
The Government has recently announced proposed changes to the income tax treatment of employee share schemes (ESS).
By Jennifer Keane
A contractor is subject to the Code when expressing interest in or tendering for any government building or construction.
By Carolyn Meighan
Standard form contracts can save time, but using them without considering the uniqueness of each agreement can be risky.
By Jennifer Keane
Discussion of a recent High Court decision which considered the liability of builders.
By Jennifer Keane
Singapore is fast becoming the Asia-Pacific region's one stop shop for international commercial dispute resolution.
By Morris Maroon, Damian O'Connor, Frederik Van Der Walt, Christina Boe, Peter Bobbin
There are only months before the best opportunity to turn foreign wealth tax-clean will come to an end for taxpayers.
By Anthony McFarlane
This review of the operation of the PPSA is required to be undertaken within three years of commencement of the Act.
By Anthony McFarlane, Elise Blume
A trade mark is used to distinguish the goods and services of one business from those of another.
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