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By Peter Sise
The impressions and expectations of a hypothetical person could be important to the success or failure of such a claim.
By Brendan Bateman, Kristina Tomas
Australian corporations are facing pressure to disclose their exposure to climate-related risk, to catch up with the EU.
By Hannah Kimber, Stuart Byrne
Tech companies may get behind this unconventional listing strategy, following Spotify's unique plan to go public.
By Brendan Bateman
There are three key elements to the proposed emissions requirements in the National Energy Guarantee.
By Dan Howard, Faith Taylor
The reliability guarantee is aimed primarily at ensuring that the supply-demand balance in the NEM can be met over time.
By Mihkel Wilding, Noni Nelson, Naomi Zhang
Businesses should expect the ACCC to be proactive during 2018 and to seek to enforce the new provisions of the CCA.
By Fred Hawke, Nina Krys
Insurers should actively prepare for blockchain innovations which are emerging as game-changers in the insurance industry.
By Brendan Bateman, Faith Taylor, Dan Howard
The NEG is a policy of great complexity and potentially significant impact, which needs careful scrutiny by participants.
By Clayton Barrett, Andrew Hay, Sonia Goumenis
Mutually owned ADIs may directly issue capital instruments for inclusion in the ADI's Common Equity Tier 1 capital.
By John Carroll
Australia's mandatory notifiable data breaches scheme is now in effect, with substantial penalties for non-compliance.
By Dean Gerakiteys
Forthcoming significant amendments to the Therapeutic Goods Act will open new pathways for pharmaceutical companies. .
By Frank Bannon
The availability of judicial review to quash an adjudication determination is limited to cases of jurisdictional error.
By Tosin Aro, Mark Geritz
Legislative change is needed to clarify for Aboriginal parties just when the last claim standing rule does NOT apply.
By Meg McKechnie
Companies must have a fully effective response plan for cyber attacks, understood and executable at the board level.
By Sergio Capelli
This issue includes recent infrastructure proposals, relevant security of payment cases and building regulatory updates.
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