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By Ivan Oshry
An 'Initial Coin Offering' is the new venture capital funding tool, where a company exchanges crypto currency for money.
By Matthew Wilson, Stuart Stevens
This Review aims to develop a roadmap and implementation framework for achieving an Open Banking framework in Australia.
By Scott Cameron
The responsibility for paying GST on certain real estate transactions will shift from the developers to the purchasers.
By Elliott Smith
This recent Federal Court decision re-affirmed the pro-arbitration stance being implemented by the Australian courts.
By Roger Mattar
Developers of strata buildings need to lodge a building bond with NSW Fair Trading, so as to remedy any building defects.
By Donna Trembath
Introducing these new offences for industrial manslaughter sends a clear message about expected safety in the workplace.
By David Murray-Nobbs
This case shows the importance of clearly identifying parties to a contract and the capacity in which each party signs.
By Sarina Roppolo, Jacob Rodgers
The legislation was introduced to prevent developers intentionally delaying registration of plans past the sunset date.
By Elliott Smith
The issue of the impartiality of arbitrators is of utmost importance to public confidence in the arbitration process.
By Ivan Oshry
The changes will impact holding companies and franchisors who have significant influence or control over their networks.
By David Murray-Nobbs, Stuart Stevens
Merchants (other than the taxi industry) are prohibited from charging excessive surcharges for accepting Card payments.
By Sarina Roppolo, Jacob Rodgers
This case should provide comfort to parents or other parties who consider assisting individuals to purchase a property.
By Matthew Wilson
This Review aims to develop a roadmap and implementation framework foe achieving an Open Banking framework in Australia.
By Phil Kaunitz
This reinforces existing authority that, when a borrower pays out its mortgage, it has limited rights against the lender.
By Alina Oussova
ASIC has taken steps to close a loophole in the capital raising rules, by requiring a compliant disclosure document.
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