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By John Tuck, Anthony Forsyth
Link to an article designed to help employers navigate the challenges of handling employee data in different jurisdictions.
By Heidi Roberts, John Tuck, Phoebe Wynn-Pope
The compliance requirements of this Act should be an opportunity for businesses to demonstrate respect for human rights.
By Eugenia Kolivos, Bethany Larum
The TGA has recently published new guidance about the regulation of software as a medical device (SaMD) in Australia.
By Christine Covington
These nine recommendations aim to contain PFAS and ensure the health and financial stability of affected communities.
By Matthew Muir, Jonathan Mackojc
The Asian International Arbitration Centre's standard form contract is a first of its kind in the arbitration arena.
By Christine Covington, Tahnee De Souza
These amendments proposed by Norway are intended to minimise marine pollution and the illegal dumping of plastic waste.
By Matthew Muir, Peter Jarosek, Daniel Argyris
Owners and operators of Australia's critical infrastructure will soon have their assets scrutinised by the Government.
By Chris Ryder, Tom Mathews, Andre Schoombee
The Fiocco Review recommends adopting a range of the Murray Review's recommendations, but also differs from that Review.
By Cameron Cheetham, Jade Rowarth, Kirsty Sutherland
The liquidator was justified in making distributions to creditors despite claims by employees for leave entitlements.
By Andrew McCormack
This Update reviews and discusses the latest judicial and legislative developments affecting projects in Australia.
By Mark McCowan, James North, Jennifer Dean
The broad scope of the Inquiry terms of reference ensured that it had implications beyond competition and consumer laws.
By Celeste Koravos
This episode examines China's significant investment in infrastructure, with the unprecedented Belt and Road initiative.
By John Tuck, Phoebe Wynn-Pope
The focus on the responsibility of business to respect human rights was in the context of the modern slavery discourse.
By Bronwyn Lincoln
The Prague Rules on the Efficient Conduct of Proceedings in International Arbitration were launched on 14 December 2018.
By Frances Williams, Teagan Lewis
The decision imposed the largest penalty orders against an individual and against a corporation, for breaches of the ACL.
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