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By Toby Blyth
Potential new laws aim to prevent the exploitation of differences between tax treatment of entities etc across countries.
By Todd Neal, Katherine Edwards, Sejuti Kundu
NSW Land and Environment Court's decision may have significant impacts on other greenfield developments in NSW.
By Carlos Gouveia
PCG 2018/D3 outlines a three-step process for determining the location of a company's central management and control.
By Carlos Gouveia
Arrangements exhibiting high-risk factors are addressed in these ATO Interim guidelines, but clarity is still needed.
By Toby Blyth
New legislation could make supplies of low value goods purchased by consumers and imported into Australia subject to GST.
By Toby Blyth
Australian exporters and importers should review their outward and inward supply chains and transfer pricing arrangements.
By Marcus Saw, Victoria Skeats
Insurers should consider the impact of driverless cars on negligence, product liability and cyber security insurance.
By Rebecca Castley, Julia Hewitt
Reform of Queensland strata title laws could better enable termination of community titles schemes for re-development.
By Hamish Ratten, Toby Blyth
A review of the PCC provides useful insight into the CCIV framework and the obligations and liabilities in the structure.
By Hamish Ratten, Toby Blyth
The proposed CCIV is a worthy step towards increasing the export of Australian funds management services and products.
By Hamish Ratten, Toby Blyth
A key international change for the Australian investment management sector is the Asia Region Funds Passport by ASIC.
By Thanh Bui, Fraser Oakley
Insurers might consider if similar conditions should be included in their business or professional liability policies.
By Rose Raniolo, Alistair Boughton, Jessica Fletcher
An employer is not and should not be, in a position to control the after work or off duty behaviour of its employees.
By Andrew Tulloch
The lawyers had breached their duty of care, so the prime issue was the applicable law for the assessment of damages.
By Paul O'Halloran
Employers must be aware of the changes when assessing wages, unfair dismissal eligibility and workplace law. compliance.
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