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By Paul Tobin, Grant Parker
Article discusses two recent HC decisions relating to the security of payment legislation in NSW and South Australia.
By Naomi Simmons, Alan McKelvey
First of 3 articles regarding the most important EPA Act changes for councils and developers.
By Wyn Davies
Government continues to explore ways to better assist SMEs leverage, secure and use IP and to access affordable enforcement.
By Gillian Davidson
Diverse and inclusive organisations are more innovative, better financially and have better governance and risk management.
By Peter Charteris, Jonathan Doy
New GST provisions will apply to purchasers of new residential property and potential residential property.
By Dianna Grant, Alan McKelvey
New planning authorities, mandatory community participation requirements and changes to the development assessment process.
By Nick Christiansen
Comparative advertisements need to be carefully formed and adequately substantiated to avoid action under the ACL.
By Wyn Davies
Judge dismissed Guidolin's application for an interlocutory injunction to prevent Finch from launching the B.O.D clothing range.
By Andrew Ross
Courts warn against reliance on Statutory liability insurance policies as a complete ticket out of obligations.
By Rani Aria Retnam
Evidence of an employer-employee relationship before a formalised contract is sufficient for compensation liability.
By Jason Lambeth
The first topic of discussion today is the application of the continuous disclosure requirements of the ASX Listing Rules in the context of bid proposals.
By Wyn Davies
The trade mark application was refused registration and costs were awarded against Teavolution, as it acted in bad faith.
By Stephanie Nevin, Alan McKelvey
This new act and regulations will give Councils and other bodies powers to prevent the use of unsafe building products.
By Laura Regan
This Act introduces significant provisions set to reshape WHS laws, most notably an "industrial manslaughter" offence.
By Kerri Thomas, Jehan Mata
Some organisations expressed concern about professional liability if members participate in voluntary assisted dying.
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