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By Rebecca Smith
Secured parties who benefit from Statutory Protections should consider remedial action before those protections cease.
By Elisa de Wit, Dylan Orsborn
The Australian Government is scheduled to undertake a review of domestic climate policy in the latter half of 2017.
Partnerships Victoria and VicRoads presented the second industry briefing on the Outer Suburban Arterial Roads project.
By Blake Frost
If adjudicators decide matters on a basis for which neither party has contended, this may be a denial of natural justice.
By Emanuel Confos, Harriet Oldmeadow
In commencing proceedings for defective residential building defects, plaintiffs should particularise their case in time.
By Elisa de Wit, Sally Macindoe, Tamara Brezzi, Alexandra Guild
Stage 1 of the regulation updates aims to implement limited reforms to provide certainty and to improve functionality.
By Rebecca Hoare, Juliette King
This draft Guideline seeks to clarify the powers of the Department (DEHP) to issue an EPO to a "related person".
By Ian Giles, Shaha El-Sheemy
In its preliminary findings, the Commission did indicate that the price announcements could constitute price signalling.
By Stephen Woods
A number of innovative financing solutions are likely to emerge as participants navigate through this difficult period.
By Stefi Papantoniou, Peter Lamb
Interim guidelines for addressing cyber related risks in the shipping industry have recently been approved by the IMO.
By Matthew Hodkin
We look at the tax measures that are on the horizon and consider how these new rules will impact the shipping industry.
By David Johnson, Grace Lo
International shipping companies are exploring a variety of alternative funding through different financing options.
By Scott McCabe
We explore recent developments in the on-going OWB saga, as well as potential changes to future bunker supply contracts.
The EU VAT directive exempts supplies of aircraft and parts used by commercial airlines chiefly on international routes.
There may be less red tape, but the use of drones within a business is still subject to many important responsibilities.
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