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By Abigail McGregor, Mitchell Osborne, Richard Lewis
Consumers and activist investors alike are concerned with the behaviour displayed by large organisations.
By Abigail McGregor, Jehan-Philippe Wood
Large businesses in Australia will be required to report annually on their actions to address forms of 'modern slavery'.
By Tristan Baker
Clear language must be adopted by the insurer to avoid any confusion as to what is covered under the terms of the policy.
By Felicity Rourke, Noni Shannon
Companies must ensure employees and contractors are appropriately trained, informed and aware of environmental risks.
By Naomi Clark
The decision provides useful guidance on the bounds of pollution liability coverage and also issues of non-disclosure.
By Claire Forster, Simon Currie, Nick McHugh
This examines Australian energy market regulatory issues and insights from the recent ACCC/AER regulatory conference.
By Nigel Jones, Joanne Moss
7-Eleven's decision to terminate its franchise agreement with a franchisee for engaging in wage fraud was vindicated.
By Andrew Riordan
The High Court found the agent (Flight Centre) was in competition with airlines to supply international airline tickets.
By Raymond Lou
The new changes may clarify for foreign investors the application of the agricultural land regime to wind or solar farms.
By Georgina Hey
A corporate rebranding can deliver many business benefits - but also, if not managed correctly, risks and challenges.
By Bernard O'Shea, Nick Abrahams, Richard Lewis
If developed with global standards in mind, blockchain could deliver faster and improved services across the globe.
By Georgina Hey
Businesses have the same consumer protection responsibilities on social media as they do in other marketing channels.
By Tom Young, Julie Brown
Sun shines again on Queensland tourism.
By Alexandra Shields
An employer must ensure that pregnancy or parental leave is not the reason, or even one of the reasons, for redundancy.
By Fadi Khoury
This is an overview of ASIC's new Regulatory Guide 259 (RG 259) and identifies key action items for responsible entities.
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