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By Robert Clarke, Jonathan Lim
The Scheme makes transparent attempts by 'foreign principals' to influence governmental and political decision-making.
By John Tuck, Anthony Forsyth
The article links to an e-publication covering employment-related legal developments in 14 jurisdictions across Asia.
By Vaughan Mills
The Gas Agreement was recently signed between the Government of Papua New Guinea and Total, Oil Search and ExxonMobil.
By Joshua Paffey
International arbitration must ensure that its decision-makers are, and are perceived to be, impartial and without bias.
By Robert Clarke, Kon Mellos
This article examines 7 considerations for entities looking to maximise the benefit of non-public institutional capital.
By Cameron Cheetham
Safe harbour protection for company directors was one of a number of restructuring reforms to relax the insolvency laws.
By Andrew Stephenson
The risk-reward equation between the principal players associated with construction projects is extremely important.
By Christine Covington
The climate change-related reasons for refusal of the Rocky Hill mine will impact all high GHG emitting developments.
By Rommel Harding-Farrenberg
2019 Australian loan trends have included more Asian banks, with increased participation from institutional investors.
By Phoebe Wynn-Pope
Organisations can meet community expectations of corporate conduct by ensuring consistency with human rights norms.
By Kate Hay
These are key questions to assist in setting an IP strategy and making transparent any IP issues you need to confront.
By John Tuck, Paul Burns
Informed employers with workplace strategies should align labour and engagement models with operational imperatives.
By Chris Pagent
Ten trends relating to class actions and litigation funding have been identified for 2019 in Australia.
By Rhys Jewell
A new tax framework will focus on imposing tax based on where the economic substance is, or where consumption occurs.
By Nathaniel Popelianski, Eugenia Kolivos
Originally the domain of technology start-ups, PropTech is now a serious player in property and construction markets.
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