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Stonegate Legal
Key takeaways from recent case involving repudiation of a building contract.
Clifford Gouldson Lawyers
Discussion about the changes to the Old industrial laws proposed in the Bill.
PCC Employment Lawyers
Link to podcast discussing dangers of work social events, what to be aware of, & some practical measures to help employers.
Piper Alderman
Articles about the latest legal, regulatory and project updates in Blockchain and Digital Law.
Piper Alderman
Explanation of ways to mitigate administration risk and how featherweight securities can be effectively used.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Summary of recent application for non-party costs orders against a litigation funder & liquidator of an insolvent defendant.
Swaab
Employers need to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health and safety of their workers.
Astor Legal
The man will face assault charges at Liverpool Local Court after an alleged road rage incident in NW Sydney.
Piper Alderman
Clarity and certainty are fundamental in drafting and negotiating contracts to avoid any potential disputes.
Piper Alderman
A brief summary of how and when a power of attorney can be used when entering into a reverse mortgage in NSW.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
ASIC has warned that its surveillance into the marketing of managed fund performance and risk is ongoing.
Bennett & Philp Lawyers
Non-bank lenders presently make up about 5% of Australia's credit market, and this figure is set to grow.
People + Culture Strategies
Employment contracts and agreements must be valid and accurately reflect the nature of the intended relationship.
BRI Ferrier
Since COVID, the ATO is recommencing collection efforts, with proceedings against companies with outstanding tax debts.
Roam Migration Law
States and territories are easing the conditions of their visa programs to help to attract overseas skilled workers.
Piper Alderman
This recent case indicates that timing is everything when dealing with deferred commencement conditions for EPA consents.
Holding Redlich
Commercial fit-out exclusions; Recent media releases, reports, cases and laws relating to NSW residential property.
Holding Redlich
Recent court rulings have clarified the scope of employee complaints protection, and how most claims will be determined.
Cooper Grace Ward
Entities with landholdings in Queensland and any other state or territory may face an increased Queensland land tax bill.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Aggravated sexual intercourse with a child 14 to16 is a criminal offence with a maximum penalty of 12 years in prison.
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