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Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Elderly people and people living with disability are the two key demographics most at risk of contracting COVID-19.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The NSW Government proposes to implement a new program, which would give some drug offenders a second chance.
Gilchrist Connell
The government's Ransomware Action Plan outlines a range of proposals intended to combat the threat of ransomware.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The payment is a very welcome initiative, as authorities grapple with an increased number of domestic violence victims.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The decision develops the law on the assessment and conditioning of Scope 3 or 'downstream' greenhouse gas emissions.
Cooper Grace Ward
Taxpayers who have entered into these arrangements involving foreign income should expect an ATO review or audit.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
This case further develops the law regarding Scope 3 emissions, with implications for future fossil fuel developments.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Australian brands that are protected by a defensive registration include Kellogg's, Billabong, the Wiggles and Vegemite.
Moore Australia
The ATO will commence reporting unpaid business tax debts to credit reporting bureaus (CRBs) in certain circumstances.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
ACT festivalgoers can go to a drug checking service, without fear of police reproach, for drug tests by trained medics.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
An individual has significant risk of being considered an Australian tax resident if they continue to stay in Australia.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
It is an offence in New South Wales for a person under the age of 18 years to possess spray paint in a public place.
Moore Australia
If you are away from your home on 30 June, beware the implications of it not being considered your principal residence.
Bennett & Philp Lawyers
The article explains current legislation and our recommendation for a safe execution of loan packages electronically.
Gilchrist Connell
This decision highlights the compensation risks of COVID-19 for employers and the importance of managing those risks.
This paper is a summary of the Directions and obligations of employers and workers regarding mandatory vaccination.
Hall Payne Lawyers
Any criminal record could create difficulties in areas such as employment, international travel or rental applications.
Vincent Young
In this recent webinar, Erin Lynch, Employment Partner, discussed how to manage absent employees, best practice in dealing with unfit employees and potential legal risks.
Jones Day
The Australian Federal Government has released a draft exposure bill, the Treasury Laws Amendment (Measures for Consultation) Bill 2021: Litigation funders ("Draft Bill"), that proposes significant changes to Australia's class action regime.
Holding Redlich
Disputes can arise when not everything promised is provided, or maybe the completed building is not exactly as promised.
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