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By Ellen Thomas, Andrew Spalding
This Taxpayer Alert is likely to affect investors in numerous asset classes, including infrastructure and renewables.
By Tom Young
The Queensland Government has backed down on its decision to introduce a 1am lockout for relevant licensed venues.
By Georgina Hey, Isobel Taylor
Many countries are tightening regulations to assist consumers to make informed and healthier food and beverage choices.
By Simon Currie, Elisa de Wit, Rebecca Hoare, Noni Shannon
This approach - of different regimes across different jurisdictions - is likely to continue in the climate change arena.
By Tom Young
Licensees in the 3am Safe Night Precincts must have appropriate measures in place to ensure the lockout is adhered to.
By Duncan Field
This article walks through the process and the anticipated timeline that may deliver a new runway at Heathrow Airport.
By Gregory Man, Emma Giddings, Thomas Burke
Innovation could further increase the significance of Islamic finance as a source of finance for the aviation industry.
By Ian Giles
There is no certainty about these airline issues until terms of the UK exit are negotiated with its remaining members.
By James Bradley, Jonathan Mullender
Parties must be careful when drafting and executing documents and letters which they do not intend to be legally binding.
The Global Workplace Report is a monthly summary of leading commentary and perspectives on employment and labour law.
By Simon Currie
The FSB recommendations seek to provide the framework by which climate related risk reporting can occur consistently.
By Wayne Spanner
The author discusses big improvements in female partner numbers in law firms and strategies to drive positive change.
By Tom Young
The recent changes are an adoption of recommendations made by Ian Callinan's independent review of NSW liquor laws.
By Nick Abrahams, Zein El Hassan, Sean Murphy
Whether a smart contract can constitute a legally binding contract depends on the law of the contracting jurisdiction.
By Elisa de Wit, Victoria Vilagosh
This Bill enshrines Victoria's long-term target of net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 into legislation.
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