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Clyde & Co
'Don't be left in the dark' was the theme for Privacy Awareness Week 2019 in Australia. What is your organisation doing in 2020 to ensure you're not left high and dry when the lights go out?
Madgwicks
If the lease is governed by the Act at its commencement, it will be governed by the Act during the term of the lease.
Madgwicks
VCAT has applied a Qld decision regarding clawback clauses, which could affect how the clauses are applied in Victoria.
Madgwicks
The article summarises proposed changes to the Retail Leases Act 2003, introduced into the Victorian parliament in 2019.
Madgwicks
How the land, as the subject matter of your purchase, is defined, rests on the interpretation of your contract of sale.
Marque Lawyers
Although it is not yet a pandemic, employers should not forget they are required to have a safe system of work in place.
Swaab
Changes in these modern awards will impose more obligations on employers with respect to award-covered salaried employees
Shelston IP
The MALISHUS trade mark was infringed by using that word in domain names and on Facebook offering clothing for sale.
Shelston IP
Competing companies in Australia both sought to register their trade marks for a similar range of mobility equipment.
Cooper Grace Ward
It's normal to be upset if your spouse asks for a #divorce, but reaching for a stun gun is not a wise separation move.
HHG Legal Group
Owning a dog in WA is governed by the Dog Act 1976, which gives power to local governments to regulate and control dogs.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Catfishing is the term generally given to 'fake' online relationships and can be related to a form of identity theft.
Spruson & Ferguson
This Federal Court decision has provided a degree of clarity to patentable subject matter requirements in Australia.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
This monthly newsletter includes links to media releases, reports and new developments relating to financial services.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The inquiry involved stark accounts of how NSW police officers conducted strip searches on minors at music festivals.
McCullough Robertson
Discretionary trusts owning Victorian land pay additional foreign purchaser duty if the trust benefits a foreign person.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
It is sixteen years since Thomas (TJ) Hickey was thrown from his push bike and impaled on a fence in inner city Sydney.
Kells
Early planning is not a vaccine for litigation, but it can significantly reduce exposure to legal costs in disputes.
Kells
After 26 weeks, the Insurer can stop benefits if you were more than 61% at fault, or if your injuries are 'minor'.
DLA Piper
A number of major transport projects are presently being delivered under Public Private Partnership (PPP) contracts. In each case,...
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