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Update: 10 beers too many: Full Bench overturns the unfair dismissal decision of the captain
It was relevant that the employee in breach of a policy was a senior employee responsible for implementing the policies.
Australia
30 Oct 2017
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One step closer: the QCA draft decision on the Aurizon Network proposed Standard User Funding Agreement (SUFA)
The QCA was conscious of the need for the SUFA framework to provide a genuine alternative to facilitate CQCN expansions.
Australia
22 Aug 2017
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Heavy Vehicle Chain of Responsibility – time to get into gear
Businesses must have practices and procedures in place to ensure the safe operation of their heavy transport activities.
Australia
25 Nov 2016
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Australia and US diverge on road to legal liability for automated vehicles
The Australian driver, rather than the manufacturer, may then be more liable for any property damage or personal injury.
Australia
22 Nov 2016
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US Federal policy on driverless vehicles - A blueprint for Australia?
The US Federal Automated Vehicles Policy is a crucial step forward and perhaps a blueprint for our regulatory framework.
Australia
3 Nov 2016
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National rail safety regulatory harmonisation is coming to Queensland
Rail safety harmonisation benefits rail operators by national requirements and less of a regulatory burden.
Australia
17 Oct 2016
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Funding freight and logistics infrastructure: opportunities for Public-Private-Partnerships
User-funded PPP models could expand the pool of funding available for some freight and logistics infrastructure projects.
Australia
5 Oct 2016
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CU LAB: Driverless cars - getting Australia's laws ready
Driverless cars are on the way, but our laws are still playing catch-up, and our laws need to keep up with technology.
Australia
19 Sep 2016
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Infrastructure: third party access to bottleneck facilities made easier
The case opens the door for the declaration of services by other bottleneck facilities with no enforceable access rights.
Australia
9 Jun 2016
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A bold new model to pay for our road network, and improve its performance
The community should be educated about flaws in the current road funding system, and benefits of a new funding model.
Australia
19 May 2016
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The road to Commonwealth infrastructure funding: paved with value capture?
Value capture won't supersede a need for user charges and other initiatives to generate funds to pay for infrastructure.
Australia
17 Apr 2016
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ACCC wins air cargo appeal on broader view of the international reach of Australian competition law
This won't affect new cartel cases, but the air cargo cartel case is important for understanding a market in Australia.
Australia
6 Apr 2016
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Achieving better public transport outcomes through contestable franchising
Recent reports on the franchising of bus and ferry services have reinforced the case for using contestable franchising.
Australia
22 Mar 2016
14
Disruptors bring challenging times for regulators - and some innovations
To illustrate the principles, the article uses the recent regulatory response to ridesharing disruptors, such as UberX.
Australia
10 Jan 2016
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Rise of the machines: New legislation may enable trials of driverless cars in SA
This South Australian Bill applies to technology relating to "advances in the design or construction of motor vehicles".
Australia
3 Nov 2015
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New Northern Territory guidelines for development and infrastructure impacting on the road network
The NT Government of Transport released the Development Guidelines for Northern Territory Controlled Roads on 26 August 2015
Australia
20 Sep 2015
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Northern Territory ports management overhauled and future Port of Darwin privatisation
The ports privatisation model intends to allow the Northern Territory and any private operator to work in partnership.
Australia
15 Jun 2015
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Getting shipshape (or one hull of a problem): incorporating policies into employment contracts
Whether a policy is incorporated into an employment contract is decided by the factual circumstances of the relationship.
Australia
11 Feb 2015
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Developments in aviation finance in Australia
Australia will adopt the Cape Town Convention which will benefit Australian airlines and increase security for creditors.
Australia
22 Sep 2014
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Why the PPP model for roads is alive and well
There are two different models, with implications, of the reduced appetite of private sector investors to traffic risk.
Australia
6 May 2014
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