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A tailored solution to financial assurance and mine rehabilitation - all stakeholders to (be)spoken for
The reform of Queensland's current financial assurance and rehabilitation framework for resource activities has begun.
Australia
15 May 2017
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ACCC market study into the beef and cattle supply chain
The ACCC market study into the beef and cattle supply chain aims to discover how effective or competitive the market is.
Australia
4 May 2016
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Australian Government launches Industry Innovation and Competitiveness Agenda
The Agenda's overarching ambitions and specific reforms demonstrate commitment to driving change in Australian industry.
Australia
5 Nov 2014
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Australia: A foreign love affair
Australia ranked in top ten most attractive locations for FDI.
Australia
20 Jul 2011
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Australian shareholders, an Australian company, and a US class action? US Supreme Court to decide
The globalisation of financial markets has increased the incidence of global fraud. However, regulation, especially in the sense of private enforcement through class actions, depends on a political and legal system built around state sovereignty. The United States class action procedure has been used against a foreign corporation by foreign investors who purchased the corporation's securities on a foreign securities exchange. The scenario is often referred to as a "foreign-cubed" or "F-cubed" se
Australia
8 Dec 2009
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The PPP market - the last 12 months in review
Amidst a tumultuous and challenging time for financing infrastructure projects, we are seeing new and innovative models of delivery, which may assist market recovery with appropriate government support.
Australia
8 Dec 2009
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A Peerless Approach To Excluding Or Limiting Liability
Clauses excluding or limiting liability for consequential losses are becoming increasingly common in construction contracts. Case law however amply demonstrates the necessity for careful drafting. As Arch Fletcher commented in our September 2004 edition, it is easy for contractors to believe they are covered by an exclusion or limitation clause and yet be leaving themselves open to the possibility of extensive liabilities.
Australia
17 Oct 2007
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The Commercial Lease Deal Is Done ... Now What About The Fitout?
In recent times the commercial leasing market is dealing with the relocation of tenants with significant space requirements into new or existing buildings being refurbished by the landlord. The undertaking of the fitout for these premises is a matter that needs to be carefully considered by both the tenant and the landlord in negotiating lease documentation.
Australia
27 Sep 2006
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Adjudication Void: Failure to Bona Fide Exercise Powers and Denial of Natural Justice
The recent decision in Lanskey is rare in that an adjudicator's determination was void on the grounds that the respondent in that case was denied natural justice and the adjudicator did not bona fide exercise his powers.
Australia
28 Feb 2006
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