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What questions are directors asking about the new safe harbour laws?
The majority of queries from directors related to the obligations to pay employee entitlements and lodge tax documents.
Australia
17 Feb 2018
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Proposed amendments to Australian Consumer Law are set to make class actions easier
The exposure draft has a proposal to enable private litigants to rely on facts admitted in ACCC enforcement proceedings.
Australia
17 Feb 2018
3
The right to be wrong – the ability to review Adjudicator determinations
This High Court case confirmed the long-held understanding that mere errors of law do not give rise to a right of review.
Australia
17 Feb 2018
4
California Dreaming: your data would be safe and secure, if it was in LA
California's regime for cyber security, privacy and data protection has some useful lessons for Australia.
Australia
17 Feb 2018
5
Five important lessons from media reaction to data breach notifications
There are data breach responses from some organisations which have been torn apart, word by word, by the media.
Australia
17 Feb 2018
6
H&M called out on social media for lifting Harvey Sutherland song without permission
Lifting a song and claiming it is an 'original work' on social media can be significantly detrimental in Australian law.
Australia
17 Feb 2018
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Back to Basics – Australian Trade Mark Law 101
The chapter is an introduction to Australian trade mark law and provides insights into key 2017 trade mark law cases.
Australia
17 Feb 2018
8
Cyber safety and restraining orders
A recent Australian study found that 1 in 5 people have been the victim of electronic image-based abuse.
Australia
17 Feb 2018
9
Pass the parcel – Battle of the standard-form contract
Agreements change over time, and parties often end up operating on 'unspoken' terms, which are easily open to dispute.
Australia
17 Feb 2018
10
Absence of work-wages bargain crucial for Fair Work Commission to conclude that an Uber driver was not an employee
The case increases tensions between the gig economy and traditional indicia used to determine an employment relationship.
Australia
17 Feb 2018
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MLPs in Victoria: New guidance provides the private sector with greater certainty
The Victorian Government published a revised Guideline on the process for market-led proposals for infrastructure needs.
Australia
17 Feb 2018
12
QWIK QITC Series – Getting certainty of terms, requirements and specifications for ICT projects
This edition considers how Government requirements and specifications are dealt with in key QITC contract documents.
Australia
17 Feb 2018
13
Key cases that transformed the legal landscape in 2017 - and how they will impact your business
This article summarises our selection of the most relevant cases from 2017 and the key takeaways for business for 2018.
Australia
17 Feb 2018
14
Update: Start date for Project Bank Accounts (PBAs) in Queensland
The Queensland Government has announced that Project Bank Accounts will apply to certain projects from 1 March 2018.
Australia
17 Feb 2018
15
Fact or fiction - will the notifiable data breach requirements apply to State and Local Governments?
State and Local Government entities should plan for the potential application of new obligations under the Privacy Act.
Australia
17 Feb 2018
16
Australia Strengthens Its Competition Law
New rules took effect on 6 November 2017, which significantly strengthen Australian competition law.
Australia
16 Feb 2018
17
New privacy laws to hit next week - are you prepared?
As the new Notifiable Data Breach laws come into effect, you should already be complying with your privacy obligations.
Australia
15 Feb 2018
18
Selling the farm to a foreign investor? Advertise first!
The Government requires that any farm sold to a foreign investor must first be advertised widely for at least 30 days.
Australia
15 Feb 2018
19
Banking Executive Accountability Regime (BEAR) becomes law
BEAR is the latest in a long line of regulatory changes to impact the banking industry since the global financial crisis
Australia
15 Feb 2018
20
Prenuptial agreements on shaky ground after High Court decision
Prenuptial agreements appear to be on shaky legal ground after a recent landmark decision by the High Court of Australia.
Australia
15 Feb 2018
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