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Opportunities in 2019: Australian business acquisitions and equity investments
It could be another great year for overseas investment in Australia, with increasing interest from overseas businesses.
Australia
14 Jun 2019
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Wind turbine manufacturing resumes in Australia
Notwithstanding this announcement, most major wind turbine components will likely continue to be imported from overseas.
Australia
25 Mar 2019
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France retains control of near neighbour of Australia, following recent referendum in New Caledonia
France, Australia and other players of the Pacific region have strategic interests in France retaining New Caledonia.
Australia
12 Dec 2018
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Freezing Australian assets as security for foreign proceedings
A judgment or award is only worthwhile if obtained or can be enforced in a jurisdiction where a respondent has assets.
Australia
11 Oct 2018
5
Visa options for global staff exchange
Employers are continually looking for alternative visa options which allow staff to experience overseas opportunities.
Australia
20 Sep 2018
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Holding Redlich expert guide to the new financial year 2018/2019 - Corporate & Commercial
The article includes key developments in corporate, commercial and insolvency law to consider in this new financial year.
Australia
6 Jul 2018
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Notice of stoppage in transitu – A self-help remedy for an unpaid seller of goods
Stoppage in transit is a right possessed solely by the seller and is effective only between the seller and the buyer.
Australia
31 May 2018
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International arbitration update: Confidentiality in arbitation proceedings
Confidentiality of proceedings, one advantage of arbitration over litigation, is brought into focus in both these cases.
Australia
21 May 2018
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Australian Consumer Law: High Court rejects Valves special leave request to appeal $3 million fine
Recent HC decision confirms overseas-based companies selling to Australian consumers must abide by our laws.
Australia
25 Apr 2018
10
Sanctions just got even more real
Businesses are advised to review their exposure to risk of sanctions breach to avoid prosecution and penalties.
Australia
3 Apr 2018
11
Counting down to new data protection laws in Europe (GDPR), and why Australian businesses need to comply
The GDPR will impose strict new conditions on how businesses engage with and utilise EU residents' personal information.
Australia
8 Mar 2018
12
Arbitration update - October 2017: International arbitration
The judgment discussed the limits of the Federal Court's jurisdiction to issue subpoenas under section 23 of the IAA.
Australia
15 Oct 2017
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A new standard in procurement – a closer look at ISO 20400: 2017
ISO 20400 aims to provide guidance as to the effective implementation of sustainable purchasing practices and policies.
Australia
14 Jul 2017
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Drafting an effective international arbitration agreement – tricks and traps
This article provides an overview of international arbitration before discussing some tricks and traps in an agreement.
Australia
29 Jul 2016
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Can you rely on information supplied by third parties to verify gross mass?
These new SOLAS changes requiring outbound export shippers to verify a gross mass have generated extensive confusion.
Australia
30 Jun 2016
16
Penguins and Pandas – Victoria's partnership strategy with China
The China Strategy outlines how the Victorian Government plans a vision of Victoria being China's gateway to Australia.
Australia
9 May 2016
17
Court finds US company selling goods online in breach of Australian Consumer Laws
This US based technology company made misleading representations to Australian consumers regarding consumer guarantees.
Australia
13 Apr 2016
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Foreign resident withholding payment is now law
This new foreign resident withholding payment regime will apply to contracts entered into on or after 1 July 2016.
Australia
12 Apr 2016
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Same-same, only different – key differences in law and practice affecting private share deals in Australia and China
There are key differences in law and practice between Australia and mainland China in relation to private share deals.
Australia
22 Mar 2016
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2016 is the year to get active – on your anti-corruption practice
Australian companies doing business overseas should be aware as this inquiry into foreign bribery finalises its report.
Australia
11 Mar 2016
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