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Where to with renewable energy in Australia
Supporters of renewable energy in Australia must wonder if there could be a loss of momentum in the shift to renewables.
Australia
24 Jun 2019
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Where to with renewable energy in Australia?
Article discusses what you need to know and do with the Climate Solutions Package and state policies and programs.
Australia
4 Jun 2019
3
Australian Government claims new social media laws are a world first #neverbeendonebefore
Australia's parliament has passed a controversial law designed to prevent the 'weaponisation' of social media platforms.
Australia
16 Apr 2019
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Introducing the New York Convention for International Settlement Agreements
The Singapore Mediation Convention aims to provide a framework for international enforcement of mediated settlements.
Australia
20 Feb 2019
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Modern Slavery Act update
An annual report would identify if these entities could contribute to modern slavery and how they address possible risks.
Australia
13 Dec 2018
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Judicial review gains momentum in the Australian energy market
These recent judicial review decisions reinforce the importance of administrative law in the Australian energy markets.
Australia
23 Aug 2018
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International business obligations – Modern Slavery laws
New and imminent Modern Slavery laws impose compliance and other obligations which are discussed here.
Australia
14 Aug 2018
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International business obligations
It is prudent to have robust global business compliance policies to avoid significant financial and reputational damage.
Australia
23 Jul 2018
9
Renewables …it is not all about the NEG
Irrespective of the NEG outcome and Queensland targets, it is clear that the renewable energy sector continues to evolve.
Australia
13 Jul 2018
10
A copy is a copy if it sounds like a copy
Recent NZ HC decision illustrates the importance of considering a work in its entirety when assessing copyright.
Australia
20 Mar 2018
11
Digital Platforms Inquiry by ACCC
The inquiry will examine how these technology giants are disrupting the media and advertising landscape in Australia.
Australia
9 Mar 2018
12
Reliable power at a reasonable price
While Australia's energy mix may be a policy decision, what everyone really needs is reliability at a reasonable price.
Australia
23 Feb 2018
13
Energy with honesty: Part 2 of 2
This article discusses the Australian energy market and the policies effecting it.
Australia
5 Dec 2017
14
Is renewable energy a friend of the miner?
New ARENA investment plan and investment priorities will underpin part of the merit assessment for its funding programs.
Australia
5 Dec 2017
15
Global energy outlook 2017
The outlook foresees an upside for coal and gas reserves, happy days for renewables, and a glimmer of hope for uranium.
Australia
27 Nov 2017
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Energy with honesty: Part 1 of 2 - Time to stop the talk
The proposed energy mix is a policy decision, but what everyone in Australia needs is reliability at a reasonable price.
Australia
2 Nov 2017
17
Is the Clean Energy Target dead or just resting?
The Federal Government announced a new energy policy, the NEG, walking away from Finkel's proposed Clean Energy Target.
Australia
19 Oct 2017
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Life is not a beach - in the Bondi Beach trade mark dispute
Multinational retail giant Abercrombie and Fitch has trade marked the Australian place name 'Bondi Beach' in the US.
Australia
22 Aug 2017
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Some progress on implementing Finkel Blueprint but gas supply roadblocks remain
The final report of the Finkel review into future energy security – the Blueprint for the Future – has been released.
Australia
2 Aug 2017
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Plant breeders rights now apply in Norfolk Island
The PBR Act provides a system of registration and exclusive commercial rights for new plant varieties in Australia.
Australia
19 Jul 2017
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