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Arbitrating disputes under shipbuilding contracts – the importance of timing
The timing of strategic steps may significantly impact the balance of power between parties and can make or break a case.
UK
18 May 2019
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Trump authorizes additional sanctions targeting Iranian iron, steel, aluminum and copper sectors
The new sanctions aim to deny Iranian revenue derived through the export of iron, steel, aluminium, and copper products.
United States
 
17 May 2019
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Consultation time: New Zealand, European Union, an FTA and geographical indications (GIs)
The EU wants NZ to recognize and protect a list of names for wine, spirits and other products protected in the EU as GIs.
Australia
8 Feb 2019
4
Cross-border restructuring conundrum: The current position for restructuring professionals following The OJSC International Bank of Azerbaijan (IBA Case)
The article considers the impact of the IBA case for restructuring professionals, in Singapore, Hong Kong and Australia.
Australia
26 Oct 2018
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Changes proposed regarding parallel imports – An exhausting concept for Australian trade mark owners?
While the changes to parallel imports may be good news for importers, the law will raise problems for trade mark owners.
Australia
11 Apr 2018
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Significant changes to the taxation of stapled structures for infrastructure investment
New Integrity Package neutralises the tax benefits of stapled structures for foreign investors (subject to exemptions).
Australia
3 Apr 2018
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Parliamentary Inquiry Report into establishing a Modern Slavery Act tabled in parliament
New Modern Slavery Act that aims to eradicate modern slavery in Australia and overseas, looks likely to be passed in 2018.
Australia
13 Dec 2017
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Ancient traces and new wildcards – sanctions are on the rise again
Governments leverage ordinary movements and transactions of citizens and corporates in pursuit of geopolitical goals.
Australia
13 Oct 2017
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What are the competition implications of digital disruption?
This article provides a summary of the types of competition issues arising and some useful background and context.
Australia
24 Apr 2017
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The complex Chinese position on IP, and ensuring Australian brand owners are adequately protected
Although protection of trade marks in China has improved, it is still difficult for Australian brand owners in China.
Australia
8 Dec 2016
11
Trends in capital market financing for the international shipping industry
International shipping companies are exploring a variety of alternative funding through different financing options.
Australia
16 Nov 2016
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Australian companies face uncertain Brexit legal risks - The Australian Financial Review
Now that the dust has settled on the UK's vote for Brexit, the extent of the challenges for business is becoming clearer.
Australia
3 Aug 2016
13
Non-signatories to arbitration agreements
Where a non-signatory is involved in performing a contract, it may still be bound by the arbitration agreement.
Australia
25 Jul 2016
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Food security and Australian grain – challenges and opportunities
GTA is the body that oversees commodity trading standards, rules and the standardisation of contracts across Australia.
Australia
6 Jul 2016
15
Brexit: impact of UK decision
The leave process could take two years but there will be significant consequences and planning should start immediately.
Australia
4 Jul 2016
16
Brexit – what might it mean for Australian vanilla debt capital markets trades and Kangaroo bonds?
If the vote is to leave the EU, the UK will enter into a period of negotiations to determine what form Brexit will take.
Australia
6 Jun 2016
17
Recent Chinese trade mark decision creates greater certainty for manufacturers, but there are related issues to consider
Applying a trade mark to goods in China for the purpose of export only, does not constitute trade mark 'use' in China.
Australia
27 Apr 2016
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Commonwealth issues new imported food controls
These orders change the Imported Food Control Regulations in respect of recognised foreign government certification.
Australia
14 Mar 2016
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Foreign Investment & FIRB Update – Bills to amend Foreign Acquisitions and Takeovers Act
The changes proposed in these bills will result in all substantive provisions in the FATA being repealed and replaced.
Australia
3 Sep 2015
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Mix and (not) Match – does combining house sale terms with GAFTA contracts work?
Superimposing GAFTA standard terms on another set of contract terms runs the risk of lengthy and costly legal argument.
Australia
2 Sep 2015
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