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Coleman Greig Lawyers
The reforms introduce a notifiable national security action triggered by acquiring an interest in national security land.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The NSW government has finalised amendments to key documents relating to contributions received by planning authorities.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
COVID-19 has challenged many businesses to re-think the way in which they engage with their customers and stakeholders.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Property investors should seek professional advice as to the best structure to own property and interests in property.
Hammond Taylor
Concessions will apply to certain 457 and 482 visa holders required to return to Australia to work for their sponsors.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
A legal clearance is required for an adult to work with children in either a paid position or a voluntary role in NSW.
Cooper Grace Ward
Transfer balance cap rules impact many things, including an individual's ability to make non concessional contributions.
Spruson & Ferguson
The APO considered whether an Artificial Intelligence (AI) could be an inventor for an Australian patent application.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The article looks ahead to the rest of 2021 and shares some key predictions for the banking and finance sector.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
COVID-19 has both contributed to and exposed the lack of affordable public housing stock, particularly in regional areas.
Kells
The Personal Injury Commission incorporates the Workers Compensation Commission and the Dispute Resolution Service.
Holley Nethercote
The ACCC recently warned the big four banks that the regulator will closely scrutinise takeovers of fintech companies.
Doogue + George Defence Lawyers
The expression 'wrongful conviction' can encompass a broad range of outcomes that are a miscarriage of justice.
Madgwicks
A Part IV claim (a family provision claim) is an application for a share or a larger share of a deceased person's estate.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The baton strikes were considered "reasonable", given the teen's "volatile and unpredictable" behaviour.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
A report by the Migrant Workers' Taskforce found that migrants are disproportionately exploited through being underpaid.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The Commonwealth Criminal Code Act 1995, which applies across Australia, details various offences of torture.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Ruth Lubrainschik has a "deep empathy for human struggle", and this deep empathy drives her interest in criminal law.
Davies Collison Cave
The commercial desire to adopt a generic.com trade mark is unsurprising – such domain names are easy for consumers to recall and readily informs the consumer what goods or services they are offering.
Davies Collison Cave
On 25 November 2020, the Privacy Commissioner determined that Flight Centre had interfered with the privacy of almost 7,000 customers by disclosing their personal information to third parties without consent: Flight Centre Travel Group (Privacy) [2020] AICmr 57.
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