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Environmentalists win High Court challenge on Tasmanian anti-protest laws
A controversial law granting police officers increased powers to deal with protesters has been ruled unconstitutional.
Australia
28 Oct 2017
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Significant changes to Qld WHS laws to commence shortly – are you ready?
A number of these impending changes will impact day to day safety operations of businesses that operate in Queensland.
Australia
28 Oct 2017
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Shifting gears on foreign bribery: Proposed measures expose more Australian companies
More conduct will be captured by foreign anti-bribery laws, and there will be new offences and higher penalties as well.
Australia
1 Oct 2017
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Phoenix activity in Australian companies in Federal Government sights
The Government announced that it will launch a comprehensive package of reforms to crackdown on illegal phoenix activity.
Australia
29 Sep 2017
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CU LAB: Verification of identity - what actually verifies my identity?
This are common questions: What do I need to show a law firm to verify my identity - and how often do I need to show it?
Australia
11 Jun 2017
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CU LAB: Verification of identity rules - how do they affect the banking sector?
As Australia moves to electronic platforms for conveyancing, banks should look carefully at VOI rules to prevent fraud.
Australia
1 Jun 2017
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How the fine print can affect criminal prosecutions: defeating fraudsters with terms and conditions
The case illustrates the importance of getting terms and conditions right - ensuring that they do what they need to do.
Australia
26 May 2017
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The Queensland Government to broaden the reach of the State's corruption watchdog
Agencies should review internal processes and procedures to identify changes needed to comply with these CCC amendments.
Australia
31 Mar 2017
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Skeletons in the cupboard: Australian Human Rights Commission finds drug conviction sacking discriminatory
Employers should exercise caution when relying on an employee's criminal convictions for disciplinary proceedings.
Australia
28 Dec 2016
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How companies can prepare for the Turnbull Government's new whistleblower laws
Companies should examine their internal culture and strengthen reporting mechanisms, for these new whistleblower laws.
Australia
25 Nov 2016
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Holy Scrap! NSW Parliament passes new scrap metal controls
NSW scrap metal dealers should register, and become aware of the new identification protocols and new payment methods.
Australia
4 Oct 2016
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CU LAB: The wider implications of the Panama Papers leak
The repercussions of the leak of the Panama Papers could go on for years, and go beyond tax to corporate governance.
Australia
20 Apr 2016
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Mossack Fonseca, Panama and the implications for Australia
Taxpayers should scrutinise any offshore affairs and respond to regulatory scrutiny through strategic and measured means.
Australia
17 Apr 2016
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Australia's new false accounting laws boost foreign bribery regime, so review accounting safeguards
These offences will see a tougher regulatory regime in effect for the Commonwealth to pursue false accounting offenders.
Australia
17 Mar 2016
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$30 million Cyber Security Growth Centre (CSGC) intended as a global leader in the cyber security industry
The Government expects the CSGC to create business opportunities and reinforce Australia's cyber security industry.
Australia
29 Dec 2015
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The unkindest cut: can alleged criminal conduct outside of work justify summary dismissal?
Employers need to think carefully before summarily dismissing an employee charged with an out of work criminal offence.
Australia
17 Nov 2015
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Australian Cyber Security Centre releases first-ever public threat report
Fewer cyber-attacks on Government systems have been accompanied by a rise on attacks on the private sector.
Australia
9 Sep 2015
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Decision-makers can conclude an offence has been committed as part of administrative process
An administrative decision-maker could decide that particular conduct involves the commission of a criminal offence.
Australia
24 Mar 2015
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New Dawn Raid app a practical guide on how to respond to a regulator's doorknock
The Dawn Raid app provides a checklist of "to do" items to assist a company to comply with a regulator's search warrant.
Australia
20 Aug 2014
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Queensland Government enacts significant changes to corruption watchdog legislation
The Crime and Misconduct Commission Amendment Act 2014 was recently passed by the Queensland Parliament.
Australia
20 May 2014
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