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Holley Nethercote
ASIC Regulatory Guide 272 (RG 272) provides guidance to the approach ASIC will take with its product intervention powers.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Perjury is an offence under Section 327 of the Crimes Act 1900, which carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison.
People + Culture Strategies
As a result of the pandemic, almost all Australian businesses have been forced to adapt, while many sought to innovate.
Astor Legal
The foreperson advised that the jury was unable to reach a unanimous verdict, despite carefully considering the evidence.
HBA Legal
Flare-ups were not aggravations of the pre-existing degenerative condition, so the Tribunal found in favour of Comcare.
People + Culture Strategies
Employers also need to converse with their employees about operational needs in this post-pandemic working environment.
Holding Redlich
This newsletter includes links to recent media releases and reports relating to the healthcare industry in Australia.
Doogue + George Defence Lawyers
Becoming familiar with basic knowledge about Intervention Orders at court can assist you to focus on the bigger issues.
Ramsden Law
Whilst it is not strictly illegal in Qld, there are restrictions on how you can record a conversation & what you can do with it.
Ramsden Law
When will a google business review be considered defamatory? Taking action against google. Implications.
Pragma Lawyers
What is a trademark? The test for similarity – substantially identical or deceptively similar. Key takeways.
Pragma Lawyers
Examination of some of the proposed details of the insolvency reforms which have been released for public consultation.
Pragma Lawyers
WA joins Qld, Vic & ACT in introducing industrial manslaughter laws. What will change & what should you do?
Ramsden Law
Discussion about the test case for whether insurance policies covering business interruption applied in respect of COVID-19.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Section 101.6 of the Criminal Code Act 1995. Recent case on point is discussed here.
Astor Legal
Police exposed an alleged international fraud scheme & laid dozens of money laundering charges against the two perpetrators.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Victorian government is reforming out of home care with a view to better supporting vulnerable & marginalised young people.
Holman Webb
Clear & unequivocal acceptance of an offer is needed before an insurance contract will be considered binding.
Davies Collison Cave
The COVID-19 pandemic is causing global disruption, and entire sectors of the economy are being shut down to limit infection.
Davies Collison Cave
The conduct was held to contravene sections 18, 29(1)(g) and 34 of the Australian Consumer Law.
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