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The case provides greater certainty to sell trust assets of a corporate trustee in liquidation without court approval.
The changes aim to better align interests of employers and employees, and to stimulate growth in start-up businesses.
The investigation reiterates the need for prudent attention to detail when it comes to handling personal information.
The High Court confirms its approach when exposing builders to liability for claims in negligence for pure economic loss.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The case provides important guidance on the operation of the adverse action provisions in Part 3-1 of the Fair Work Act
The Alert discusses a case with implications for parents paying or receiving child support via the Child Support Agency.
Marque Lawyers
The tale of how an American company took on the state of Venezuela through a Dutch bilateral investment treaty, and won.
The Alert discusses the implications of this case where a principal was liable for a contractor's employee's injury.
Rockwell Olivier
Standard form contracts can save time, but using them without considering the uniqueness of each agreement can be risky.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
If Victoria is to pursue an apartment code through its planning system, it could learn from the NSW review experience.
Hunt & Hunt
Various states are introducing new verification of identity (VOI) requirements for paper based mortgage transactions.
Rockwell Olivier
A contractor is subject to the Code when expressing interest in or tendering for any government building or construction.
Clayton Utz
Negotiation may be a common event, but learning how to negotiate well is considered an unimportant skill by management.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Any party wishing to bring a civil appeal in the Supreme Court of Victoria will first need to obtain leave to appeal.
Sparke Helmore Lawyers
The decision to cancel three petroleum exploration licences highlights the current risk for resources companies in NSW.
Hunt & Hunt
The proposed amendments will make it easier for Australian manufacturers to object to the making of tariff concessions.
A controversial ruling from a Canadian court could have implications for the way expert witnesses prepare their reports.
Kott Gunning
This Court application was pursuant to a section of the Qld Trusts Act, identical with s89 of the Trustees Act in WA.
Duncan Cotterill
Employers should be extremely careful when attempting to terminate an agreement under a 90 day trial period provision.
Fenwick Elliott LLP
The Saudi Board of Grievances (the "Grievance Board"), known in Arabic as Diwan Al Mazalem, was established pursuant to Royal Decree No. M/51, 17 Rajab 1402 [10 May 1982] (the "1982 Decree") as an independent administrative judicial committee responsible directly to the King of Saudi Arabia.
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Singh & Associates
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