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By Simon Reid, Corry Pariselli
Over the last few years we have seen increased investment in green projects from various industries across the board.
By Cameron Cheetham, Jade Rowarth, Kirsty Sutherland
Service is effected by rule 2.7 of the Corporations Rules, notwithstanding a longer period under rule 6.2(4) of the UCPR.
By Michael Do Rozario
We celebrate that modern slavery legislation has been passed in NSW and will be passed soon at a Commonwealth level.
By John Tuck, Sarah Clarke, Mairead O'Connor
Against the background of the #MeToo movement, the AHRC has launched an inquiry into sexual harassment in the workplace.
By Cameron Cheetham, Jade Rowarth, Kirsty Sutherland
The director was ordered to pay costs because of his conduct in opposing winding-up proceedings against his company.
By Rebecca Field, Marisa Taliangis
SDA (Specialist Disability Accommodation) funding allows eligible NDIS participants acquire specialist housing solutions.
By Jane Hider
The Moreland Energy Foundation focusses on renewable energy and climate change, with a vision of a zero carbon society.
By Andrew McCormack, Milaan Latten
The proposed waste levy applies to waste generated in or disposed of in 38 local council areas in South-East Queensland.
By Rachael King, Tegan Harrington
Maritime salvage principles are used to ensure insolvency practitioners are paid properly incurred litigation costs.
By Ben Davidson, Emily Steiner
This Corrs High Vis podcast discusses the Lacrosse fire, flammable cladding and its impact on the construction industry.
By Cameron Cheetham, Jade Rowarth, Kirsty Sutherland
When contracting with counterparties that become insolvent, creditors may not lose set-off rights for lack of mutuality.
By Cameron Cheetham, Jade Rowarth, Kirsty Sutherland
Does a solicitor acting for a shareholder also owe a duty of care to the company in liquidation?
By Brent Lillywhite
New amendments to the Planning Act are proposed to clarify a number of issues identified in recent Court proceedings.
By Andrew McCormack, Meri Siracusa, David Hastie, Wayne Jocic
This podcast looks at three significant decisions covered in Corrs' August 2018 Construction & Projects legal update.
By David Ellenby
The key change introduces restrictions on the ability of developers to exercise termination rights under a sunset clause.
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