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By Lauren Drummond
The Court found that the employer's duty of care required taking all reasonable steps to provide a safe system of work.
By Geoff Farnsworth
Given the importance on both contracts and terms of consignment under the HVNL, the safest way is to put it in writing.
By Adeline Hiew
This article is a high level summary of the main issues with purchasing financial services entities other than banks.
By Peter Holt, Rebecca Hiscock
For those who have the benefit of existing project approvals, these changes necessitate an awareness of the timeframes.
By Peter Holt, Lauren Stables
This article provides a high level overview of the proposed amendments grouped within each of four underlying themes.
By Scott Alden, Victoria Gordon, Lauren Stables
The ACCC was not satisfied that the benefit would outweigh the detriment constituted by the lessening of competition.
By Chris Lovell, Adeline Hiew, Paul Faure
This newsletter includes links to recent documents relating to superannuation, funds management & financial services.
By Chris Lovell, Lou Farinotti, Lisa Cody
The newsletter includes links to recent media releases, reports and cases relating to Australian property & real estate.
By Charles Power
The FWC noted that continuous service defined by the Act includes a period of regular and systematic casual employment.
By Dilip Ramaswamy
ASIC released a report on how executive officers should be conducting due diligence to satisfy their CoR obligations.
By Daniella Ivanoska
The newsletter includes links to media releases, reports, cases and other issues relating to residential property in NSW.
By Daniella Ivanoska
This decision is of significance to class action lawyers and is an interesting development in the area of privilege.
By Peter Taimre, Francois Blanchet
This article compares Papua New Guinean and Australian directors' duties to assist in a navigation of the differences.
By Lyn Nicholson
The Bill covered ground breaking territory to give individuals a statutory remedy for serious invasions of privacy.
By Geoff Farnsworth
A representation is a way of appealing to a prosecutor and suggesting that maybe he or she should reconsider the charges.
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