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Think modern slavery doesnt matter to you, think again
If at least one business further up the chain is bound by the Act, you could be asked about risks of modern slavery.
Australia
9 Jul 2019
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How to do ethical fashion - What to include in your manufacturing contract
Include a list of ethical requirements in your contract and ensure that your manufacturers sign it to make it binding.
Australia
15 Apr 2019
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TV station wars, $1 for stake in broadcast towers: compulsory acquisition on default in shareholder agreements
How the Court came to its decision that Seven & Nine only have to pay Ten $1 for its share in TX Australia.
Australia
29 May 2018
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Let's get digital, digital: annual general meetings
Australian shareholders must receive AGM notices personally or by post unless they individually elect to go electronic.
Australia
19 Aug 2016
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Protecting your business from online attacks
The Australian Government has released a Small Business Guide to help put in place some basic online security measures.
Australia
1 Apr 2016
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Director and HR manager pay the price for Fair Work Act breaches
Under the Fair Work Act, individuals involved in various contraventions can also be served with personal fines.
Australia
10 Mar 2016
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Buying or selling a business? Top 5 employment issues to consider prior to completion
As M&A activity ramps up again, these are our top 5 employment issues to consider in a sale of a business or assets.
Australia
9 Mar 2016
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5 ways to improve your liability clause
It's impossible to eliminate risk when you're in business but you can manage your exposure to legal risk under contract.
Australia
15 May 2015
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Tasmania, letting companies sue for defamation is a really, really bad idea
If Tasmania allows corporate defamation, it will become one of the most plaintiff-friendly defamation jurisdictions.
Australia
15 Jan 2015
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5 tips for starting up a start-up
We're going to give you 5 golden tips for starting a start-up business that will help you towards an early retirement.
Australia
15 Sep 2014
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How to bind a company: will an electronic signature do?
For now, the handwritten signature remains the usual and accepted method for companies to sign formal legal documents.
Australia
19 Jun 2014
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Marque’s monthly-ish Start-up Diary - Superhero edition
This is a diary of recent or current events in the Sydney area, on various topics that relate to business start-ups.
Australia
21 Jun 2013
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New National Business Registration System commences 28 May 2012
The responsibility of individual States for registration and administration of business names will be referred to ASIC.
Australia
23 May 2012
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Bribery: guilty by association?
UK Bribery Act 2010 to impact on Australian companies with UK links.
Australia
8 Jul 2011
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Marque Commercial Update - What's your dominant purpose?
A discussion on the test for legal professional privilege.
Australia
17 Jun 2011
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LD’s ... as easy as 1, 2, 3
A liquidated damages, or LD, clause will commonly feature in a contract involving the delivery of a good or service within a stipulated time frame and will be activated when delivery is late. However, it can also be used for other breaches. It is a powerful contractual mechanism, but needs to be drafted correctly in order to be effective
Australia
18 May 2011
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Arbitration-By-Attrition: Is Arbitration In Australia Losing Its Appeal?
Arbitration is designed to be both fast and final. However the decision of the Victorian Supreme Court in Oil Basins Ltd v BHP Billiton Ltd demonstrates that this may not always be the case.
Australia
1 Apr 2008
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Arbitration-By-Attrition: Is Arbitration In Australia Losing Its Appeal?
Arbitration is designed to be both fast and final. However the decision of the Victorian Supreme Court in Oil Basins Ltd v BHP Billiton Ltd demonstrates that this may not always be the case.
Australia
 
22 Feb 2008
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The Importance of Carefully Managing Risk in Cross Border Investment
Investing in foreign countries is a tough business, especially when governments lock horns with investor companies.
Australia
 
31 Jul 2006
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