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By Troy Lewis, Stephen Burton, Suzy Cairney, Stephen Natoli, Kyle Siebel, Scott Alden, Christine Jones, Helena Golovanoff
This newsletter includes links to recent media releases, documents and cases relating to construction and infrastructure.
By Michael Selinger
This article summarises key changes that took place in 2017 and outlines the potential impact over the next 12 months.
By Breellen Warry, Peter Holt
NSW planning reform requires patience and timing, and the government has shown infinite patience and impeccable timing.
By Lindsay McGregor
The changes aim to increase transparency, certainty and fairness for all parties involved in the retail leasing sector.
By Christine Jones, Eleanor Grounds
The High Court will clarify the ability of state tribunals to deal with disputes between residents of different states.
By Lyn Nicholson
There is still some time to refine key privacy procedures before the formal introduction of the new data protection laws.
By Scott Alden, Greg Wrobel, Victoria Gordon, Jack Collins
Existing model litigant obligations would be reinforced, and an independent mechanism would deal with any complaints.
By Greg Wrobel, Janelle Moussa
The article discusses recent administrative law cases, indicating trends and developments in NSW and the Commonwealth.
By Angela Flannery
It is likely Telstra will remain the mobile network operator able to offer services with the greatest geographic reach.
By Chris Lovell, Paul Faure, Bill Glover
This newsletter includes links to recent information relating to superannuation, funds management & financial services.
By Rebecca Macmillan
Each week, the Department of Home Affairs releases more about the upcoming changes to the employer sponsored visas.
By Lilian Hui
It is crucial to consider if the specifics of the drafting ultimately and clearly serve the purpose between the parties.
By Christine Jones, Eleanor Grounds
This 2017 Act was introduced to address safety risks arising from the use of non-conforming building products in NSW.
By Scott Alden, Joshua Clark
Care needs to be taken to ensure that if the beneficiary wants guarantees to be truly unconditional, this must be clear.
By Geoff Farnsworth
The Chain of Responsibility policy holds every participant in the heavy vehicle supply chain responsible for safety.
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