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Enhanced Venture Capital Limited Partnerships and impact on Significant Investor Visas
This provides an opportunity for fund managers who meet the venture capital and significant investor requirements.
Australia
19 May 2016
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Innovation agenda and SIV program: new benefits for Venture Capital Limited Partnerships
The Innovation Statement announced enhancements to make the partnerships more attractive to investors and fund managers.
Australia
23 Feb 2016
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An exciting budget for tax … a focus on Part IVA and GST
The Alert focuses on two measures aimed at multinationals – an expansion of Part IVA and expanding the operation of GST.
Australia
15 May 2015
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Court orders $186,000 in unpaid wages to a man held in conditions akin to slavery for 16 months
He was trafficked from India under a sham 457 visa arrangement and was forced to work 12 hours a day, seven days a week.
Australia
 
5 Apr 2015
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Manus Island arrangements are constitutional, says the High Court
The court upheld the constitutional validity of provisions of the Migration Act regarding a regional processing country.
Australia
 
21 Jun 2014
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Administrative decision-making, confidential information, and procedural fairness
Affected persons should be able to consider and respond to any adverse material before an administrative decision-maker.
Australia
9 Apr 2012
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Immigration: The High Court Retreats from a Rigid Application of Statutory Procedural Fairness Provisions
Three migration cases have cast further light on how statutory procedural fairness provisions operate, says John Carroll, and the result is greater scope for reaching workable and sensible outcomes.
Australia
19 Apr 2010
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Informants And Statutory Requirements Of Disclosure
Common law and statutory requirements of procedural fairness should be applied so as to protect informants whose information assists the administration of statutory schemes.
Australia
23 Jul 2009
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Government Lawyers And Misfeasance In Public Office
The actions of private sector lawyers performing professional services for governments will not amount to the tort of misfeasance in public office.
Australia
20 Jul 2009
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Remaking Administrative Decisions - When Can It Be Done?
A decision can be remade if this is consistent with the legislation that is the source of decision-making power or if the decision contains a jurisdictional error.
Australia
11 Sep 2008
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Lowering The Threshold For The Granting Of Summary Judgment
Ultimately, it will be judicial interpretation that will define the benefits and detriments of the threshold of summary judgment.
Australia
24 Jun 2008
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Some Outsourcing Arrangements Now Subject to Ombudsman Investigation
Recent clarification of the Ombudsman's power to investigate activities of some government contractors serves as a reminder to agencies of the need to maintain accountability in outsourcing arrangements.
Australia
3 Apr 2006
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