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Piper Alderman
Texas played host to the anticipated Consensus 2022 crypto conference that took place from June 9 to 12, 2022.
Piper Alderman
COVID-19 vaccination policies in the absence and easing of government directions can still be reasonable and lawful.
Piper Alderman
This issue of Blockchain Bites includes the latest legal, regulatory and project updates in blockchain and digital law.
Roam Migration Law
The Subclass 482 visa and the Subclass 494 visa are both employer sponsored visas, but there are differences.
Piper Alderman
Employers should keep an eye out for when FDV paid leave is introduced and when the proposed changes will take effect.
Piper Alderman
Minimum wage decisions have a broad impact, and could expose employers with EAs to underpayment claims.
Mayer Brown
In May we published a Legal Update on the recent Australian federal election (here) and what a new Labor government may mean for the renewables industry in Australia.
Davies Collison Cave
In a recent decision concerning design infringement, the Federal Court of Australia determined that Uniden Australia's mobile radio product embodied a design that was substantially similar in overall impression to GME's registered design for a microphone.
Davies Collison Cave
In Australia and New Zealand, the prior art base for novelty of a patent claim includes complete applications with an earlier priority date, but which were published after the priority date of that claim.
Herbert Smith Freehills
Premier Mark McGowan and Climate Action and Environment Minister Reece Whitby have announced today that Western Australia will be committing to a whole-of-government reduction target in...
Herbert Smith Freehills
There are a raft of changes to superannuation laws that are taking effect from 1 July 2022, some of which will impact how employers make superannuation contributions on behalf of their employees.
Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia
'Friendlyjordies' is the name of the YouTube channel of Jordan Shanks, who works with Kristo Langker as his producer.
Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia
The crime of murder is considered amongst the most severe, so to send this message, the toughest penalties are in place.
Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia
The crime of choking, suffocation and strangulation is considered an act of domestic violence in New South Wales.
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
In our fourth and final part of our Modern Slavery Reporting Series, we provide our practical recommendations for moving into the third reporting season to ensure your organisation has a...
Vincent Young
Since its introduction in 2020, the Queensland construction industry has been adapting to the Building Industry Fairness (Security of Payment) and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2020 (Qld) (‘BIFOLA').
Herbert Smith Freehills
To the great surprise of all within the industry, the Queensland government has announced significant changes to the royalty regime for coal.
Bird & Bird
In late 2021, Tourism Holdings Limited ("THL") and its wholly owned subsidiary THL Group (Australia) Pty Ltd, announced mutually agreed plans to acquire Apollo Tourism & Leisure Ltd ("Apollo").
Bartier Perry
It is important to understand the effect of demolition clauses because they can leave tenants without premises & with limited compensation.
Bartier Perry
Recent decision confirms that employers are not obliged to provide suitable alternative duties to an injured worker indefinitely.
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