The New South Wales Government recently announced that the land available for gas exploration will be significantly reduced.
Cooper Grace Ward
Link to video where Liz OConnell from the Corporate Advisory Team at Cooper Grace Ward tells us about herself.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Author opines on the impact of lockdowns on the youth of Australia.
Ivy Law Group
Some common legal questions people have when deciding to sell their property in NSW.
Explanation of actual undue influence & presumed undue influence. Why the doctrine is important.
It has been categorically proven that children under the age of 16 years old are unable to consent to any sexual conduct.
A range of specific rules need to be considered when using an SMSF to acquire assets as a property investment.
A summary of the national mandatory leasing Code and NSW regulations made to give legal effect to the Code in NSW.
There are many ways to use intellectual property and trademark law to ensure your brand is legitimate and protected.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The decision shows why an IP strategy is crucial to ensure that key safeguards identify and protect company Interests.
PCC Employment Lawyers
This Month in Review considers recent workplace matters and employment law in the news and in the courts.
The government flagged significant reforms to the obligations of Australian employers employing temporary visa holders.
New amendments allow contractors in the Greater Sydney area to perform recommissioning works on some construction sites.
Hall Payne Lawyers
An applicant for Australian citizenship, who has turned 18, must be a person of "good character".
McCarthy Durie Lawyers
The economic disruption caused by the pandemic has yet to play out in full, leaving both opportunities and threats.
HRM asked Michael Byrnes, partner at Swaab, to answer five common legal questions employers might have now.
The Situation: The Full Court of the Federal Court has changed industry practice in Badenoch Integrated Logging Pty Ltd v Bryant, in the matter of Gunns Limited (in liq)...
Davies Collison Cave
Patentability criteria vary from one country to another often based on local statutory requirements and/or judicial rulings.
Australia's Copyright Act allows for various "fair dealing" defenses that set out defined categories of acceptable uses of copyrighted work.
The commencement of these sections introduces the Act in its full operation, except for the requirements as to specialist work under Division 2 of Part 3 of the Act.