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This newsletter includes links to recent documents relating to superannuation, funds management and financial services.
This newsletter includes links and summaries to recent media releases and new developments relating to healthcare law.
The newsletter includes links to recent media releases, reports and cases relating to construction & infrastructure.
By Megan Cant, Ushna Bashir
With new and emerging technology being used in workplaces, employers must take care to have regard to privacy concerns.
The newsletter includes links to recent media releases, reports, cases and legislation relating to residential property.
By Divya Chaddha, Jeffery Shi
The Owners Corporation commenced proceedings for defective works one day prior to the expiry of the limitation period.
By Dan Pearce, Madison Tonkes
This decision ushers in a new era of tough penalties, meaning compliance with consumer law obligations is now critical.
By Michael Selinger, Charles Power, Declan Johnston
There are no plans for legislative reform, but unions may redirect resources to more industrial campaigns on the ground.
By Ravi Jayemanne, Yini Chong
The return of the Coalition means that the Labor proposed changes to superannuation settings might not be implemented.
The newsletter includes links to recent media releases, reports, cases and legislation relating to property & real estate.
The newsletter has links to media releases, reports, cases and legislation relating to transport, shipping & logistics.
By Rebecca Macmillan, Kathryn Cramp
With the re-election of the Coalition government, we expect to see their immigration election promises to be rolled out.
By Peter Holt
There is little in the Coalition's packages that would encourage a transition from fossil fuel to renewable energy.
By Scott Schlink
Climate change was one of the 'hot topics' of the 2019 election campaign, with a range of energy policies announced.
By Damien Bourke
The Coalition will provide $1 billion to the ATO as a boost to the Tax Avoidance Taskforce to target tax avoidance.
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