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By Nikki Bentley, Zein El Hassan, John Moutsopoulos, Jon Ireland, Matthew Farnsworth, Cate Shirley
Relief from the requirement to hold an AFS licence is extended to certain FFSPs who provide services to wholesale clients.
By Martin Osborne, Amy Leonard
The decision opens the way for further claims by employees engaged as casuals, but who work regular and consistent hours.
By Sally Woodward
The survey confirmed that, although many workplaces have systems and policies in place, sexual harassment is widespread.
By Abigail McGregor, Jacob Smit
A key modern slavery risk for energy companies lies within the cobalt used in batteries.
By Abigail McGregor, Jehan-Philippe Wood, Jacob Smit
There may be two separate reporting regimes in Australia when the Commonwealth Parliament passes the Modern Slavery Bill.
By Elisa de Wit
Climate change litigation is increasingly prevalent and could substantially disrupt business activities or operations.
By Nicole Wearne, Matthew Ellis, Andrew Riordan
NRF discusses here their submission to the Australian Law Reform Commission inquiry.
By Samantha Maddern, Patrick Williams
Although the employer had a valid reason to dismiss the project manager, the termination was still considered unfair.
By Elisa de Wit, Kelly Davies, Jacqueline Plant, Laura Jayne Waterford
The introduction of the Commonwealth Bill containing the emissions reduction target for the NEG has been put on hold.
By Helen Macpherson, Alyson Poole
Difficulties faced in applying to register colour trade marks and useful lessons for future applicants of colour trade marks.
By Elisa de Wit, Jo Crew, Jacqueline Plant, Kelly Davies, Claire Whitney
Electricity retailers and some large NEM customers will need to meet reliability and emissions reduction requirements.
By Andrew Riordan, Claire Forster, James Love
'Gun jumping' is when the merger parties, who are also competitors, move to merge before completion of the acquisition.
By Natalie Lonergan, Gavin Scott, Keira Brennan
NT plans to implement 135 recommendations of the Independent Scientific Inquiry into unconventional hydraulic fracturing.
By Claire Forster, Nick McHugh
The report recommends reforms at all levels of the electricity supply chain to 'reset' the National Electricity Market.
By Maha Chaar
The terms of reference of the inquiry require the ALRC to consider two overarching issues of the class action regime.
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