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By Tim Case, Alan Wrigley
Courts are willing to award powerful remedies to compensate for, or to restrain, the publication of defamatory material.
By Ren Niemann, Michael Rochester, Goran Gelic
Outline of what you need to know and do to obtain funding for projects aiming to remove waste from landfill.
By Stewart Ebbott
The deal flow in the M&A market remains strong, so it is relevant to look at different ways to achieve price certainty.
By Kristan Conlon, Matt Bradbury, Ian Hazzard, Alex Power
The law imposes a 3 stage process on owners of relevant buildings, to identify and assess the risk of cladding products.
By Paul McLachlan, Alex Hutchens, Belinda Breakspear, Matthew McMillan, Shilpa Sagy
New laws increase the maximum financial penalties under the Australian Consumer Law.
By Peter Stokes, John Kettle, Xavier Milne, Hannah Fas
These recent judicial review decisions reinforce the importance of administrative law in the Australian energy markets.
By Ren Niemann, Michael Rochester, Goran Gelic, Joseph Jones
Discussion about the Qld Container Refund Scheme which aims to reduce plastic waste and begins in November this year.
By Russell Thirgood, Scarlet Reid, Jason Munstermann, Kristen Podagiel, Ren Niemann, Erika Williams, John Kettle
New and imminent Modern Slavery laws impose compliance and other obligations which are discussed here.
By Tim Case, Alan Wrigley, Gabriella Ritchie
Although this decision does not raise any new points of law, it is a reminder of fundamental contractual requirements.
By Alex Hutchens, Matthew McMillan, Belinda Breakspear
The 7 key recommendations made by CASA in relation to drone rules in Australia are discussed here.
By Tim Wiedman, Kathryn Morgan, Trudi Procter
ASIC Consultation Paper 301 proposes a modified regime of relief and exemptions for foreign financial services providers.
By Duncan Bedford, Meg Morgan, Andrew Bukowski, Caroline Ee, Emma Murray
Foreign owners of water entitlements must notify the ATO of any changes that occurred in the 2017-2018 financial year.
By Peter Stokes, Jason Munstermann, Emma Hanley
A decision has not yet been made as to whether the Act will be amended to allow corporations to sue for defamation.
By Russell Thirgood, Kristen Podagiel, John Kettle, Ren Niemann, Erika Williams, Ann Watson
It is prudent to have robust global business compliance policies to avoid significant financial and reputational damage.
By Ren Niemann, Richard Hundt
These reforms change the way in which businesses consider their social impacts when tendering for Government contracts.
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