Davies Collison Cave
The Federal Government has announced that it will introduce a "patent box" tax regime from 1 July 2022 to encourage investment and innovation in Australia in the medical and biotechnology sectors.
Davies Collison Cave
The Federal Government has announced a 12 month extension of the temporary full expensing regime a part of the 2021-2022 Federal Budget.
Australia's competition authority settles allegations that port operator misused its market power.
A 21-year-old man has pleaded guilty to common assault charges where he is alleged to have bashed teenage girls in NSW.
A "constructive trust" exists where there is an implied agreement, arising from parties' conduct rather than direct.
There are a broad range of offences, both in Queensland and the Commonwealth, about child exploitation material (CEM).
Carroll & O'Dea
The publication is a practical guide for serving documents between countries where the Hague Service Convention applies.
This bulletin links to recent media releases, reports, cases and legislation of interest to NSW government lawyers.
In advertising at the last federal election, Clive Palmer and the UAP used a jingle called "Aussies Not Gonna Cop It".
Heads of Agreement in mergers and acquisitions are concise preliminary documents setting out key matters between parties.
This update links to media releases, reports, cases and legislation relating to employment law and workplace relations.
Doogue + George Defence Lawyers
If you have been charged by police, there are still five ways that your case can finalise in the Magistrates' Court.
It is very important that you negotiate and properly document the correct terms of your agreement before performing it,
These are the top 5 FAQs that you should know about divorce proceedings in Australia.
This article looks at key steps for a landlord and tenant to take when exercising an option to renew the lease.
There are new disclosure obligations under the Fair Trading Act 1987 (NSW) for businesses to their 'consumers'.
This article discusses some of the key aspects of the new eligibility rules and how these changes may affect you.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
For state offences, a NSW court can allow for ‘majority verdicts' in criminal trials when juries are unable to agree.
Spruson & Ferguson
This new agreement will provide for the protection of 200 Chinese and European Union geographical indications.
This case has significant implications for the application of the peak indebtedness rule by creditors and liquidators.