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By Andrew McCormack, Samuel Wolf, Wayne Jocic
The Commonwealth government has released its eagerly awaited Review of Security of Payment Laws (Murray Review),
By Nick Le Mare, Paul Burns, Hannah Grayson
An enterprise agreement voted by a small group of employees was not genuinely agreed to by a larger group of employees.
By Carol Daicic, Patricia Saw
This overview summarises key reforms from the Bill, the biggest environmental regulatory shake-up in Victoria in decades.
By Michael Do Rozario, Viva Paxton, Phillip Magness
Loyalty programs are a rich source of personal information for retailers, but a security breach will quickly erode trust.
By Jane Hider, Alice Hayes
This podcast examines developing positive cultures to encourage younger women in the construction and legal industries.
By Cameron Cheetham, Jade Rowarth, Jason Salman
With the right approach at an early stage, the effort of proactively seeking court assistance can pay great dividends.
By Lee Carroll, Suzie Crossland
Changes may have significant implications for investors seeking to take advantage of traditionally generous treaty protections.
By Andrew McCormack, Samuel Wolf, Wayne Jocic
This podcast discusses some recommendations of the Murray Report and their likely impact on the construction industry.
By Cameron Cheetham, Jade Rowarth, Jason Salman
Court recently considered whether data files from software packages are admissible as evidence of financial records.
By Andrew McCormack, Brent Lillywhite, Bruce Adkins, Michael MacGinley, Stuart Clague, Caitlin McPhee, Charlotte Loos
Briefing provides update on recent mining deals, market rumours, potential opportunities and regulatory updates.
By Michael Chaaya, Magan Goh, Tahnee De Souza
After a comprehensive review of FFSP relief, ASIC has proposed licensing changes that are discussed here. .
By Cameron Cheetham, Jade Rowarth, Jason Salman
When a liquidator is appointed, a director will lose power to manage the company and is not able to waive privilege.
By Arvind Dixit, Claire Harris
The ESB is now tasked with filling in the finer detail of the NEG to present its final design to the COAG Energy Council.
By Jane Hider, Stella Guettinger
Most non-licensed electricity providers are now required to register for exempt activities in a new ESC public register.
By Richard Flitcroft, Anthony Forsyth, Tegan Harrington
Discussion of what we can expect from changes to laws regarding anti-bribery and corruption and whistleblower policies.
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