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By Greg McCann, Cathryn Prowse, Paul O'Halloran
To what extent will the state regulations limit the broad definition of labour hire relationships already in the Acts?
By Mathew Deighton
The Court held that the indexation applied to the deductible under the Policy and so the insured's claim was dismissed.
By Stuart Hetherington
This article covers recent local shipping news and summarises interesting maritime cases from Australia and overseas.
By Mathew Deighton, Joey McKenzie, Alice Blackburn
This case highlights considerations to succeed in an award of substantial damages for loss of a commercial opportunity.
By Gavin Creighton, Rebecca Hosking, Landis Michaels
The warning was issued because of an increase in complaints regarding cosmetic procedures undertaken in cosmetic clinics.
By Greg McCann
A registered industrial association is entitled to apply for an order on behalf of industrial interests of a non-member.
By Todd Neal, Brianna Smith
These recent decisions show inherent risks of breaching development consents or anticipating a grant of modification.
By Paul O'Halloran
Volume 13 and the recommendations of the Royal Commission should be mandatory reading for all educational professionals.
By Carlos Gouveia
The Court considered the market value of shares in a private company, for the purpose of CGT small business concessions.
By Hamish Ratten
ASIC has issued Consultation paper 296, which outlines their proposed regulatory guidance for investment funds.
By Stuart Hetherington
The Court held that the ransom negotiation period expenses were allowable under Rule F of the York Antwerp Rules.
By Mathew Deighton
Where parties to a commercial contract agree to a dispute resolution procedure, they should comply with that procedure.
By Carlos Gouveia
New bill creates tax incentive scheme called JMEI to help boost greenfields exploration activity in Australia. .
By Paul O'Halloran
Royal Commission observed that careful screening during recruitment can help detect and deter child abusers. .
By Paul O'Halloran
Employers should consider the risks and take steps now to avoid being held vicariously liable for unlawful behaviour.
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