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Offices

  1. Australia

    1. Brisbane QLD

      Level 11 Central Plaza Two, 66 Eagle Street GPO Box 1855, Brisbane QLD 4001, Australia T 61 7 3233 8972 F 61 7 3233 9949
    2. Newcastle NSW (Level 4 251 Wharf Road)

      Level 4 251 Wharf Road, PO BOX 394, Newcastle NSW 2300, Australia T 61 2 4924 8900 F 61 2 9270 8699
    3. Newcastle NSW (Level 5 17 Castlereagh Street)

      Level 5 17 Castlereagh Street, PO BOX 394, Newcastle NSW 2300, Australia T 61 2 9270 8600 F 61 2 9270 8699
    4. Sydney NSW

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  1. Does your insurance match new workplace safety laws?

    Australia - March 4 2014

    Work Health and Safety Harmonisation laws (WH&S) were introduced in January 2012. Two years on, are you sure that your insurance policies are up to

  2. Chinese Free Trade Agreement and the impact on FIRB thresholds

    Australia, China - March 4 2014

    Given these statistics, it is not surprising that Australia and China want to strengthen their trade and investment relationship by negotiating a free

  3. Revised privacy laws come into force on 12 March 2014

    Australia - March 4 2014

    Time is running out to prepare for the upcoming changes to the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth). On 12 March 2014, major privacy reforms come into effect

  4. End of PPSA transitional period: what next?

    Australia - March 4 2014

    The Personal Properties Securities Act 2009 (Cth) (PPSA) introduced substantive changes to the laws that govern interests in personal property and the

  5. Water allocations add value landowners compensated

    Australia, New Zealand - March 4 2014

    A recent case in the New South Wales Supreme Court has highlighted the potential value of water allocations, particularly when those water rights are

  1. ATO voluntary disclosure of offshore income program

    Australia - April 10 2014

    On 27 March 2014 the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) launched a voluntary disclosure of offshore income program called 'Project DO IT'. This program

  2. High Court rules that mining leases do not necessarily extinguish native title

    Australia - April 2 2014

    On 12 March 2014 the High Court handed down a unanimous decision in Western Australia v Brown 2014 HCA 8 that mining leases granted pre-1975 do not

  3. ASX releases new Corporate Governance Principles

    Australia - March 28 2014

    Yesterday, the ASX Corporate Governance Council released the third edition of its Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations. The new

  4. Privacy legislative changes and insurance

    Australia - March 25 2014

    Long considered of critical importance only to data intensive business models, the changes to the Privacy Act which came into effect on 12 March 2014

  5. Explorers could strike it rich with tax breaks

    Australia - March 17 2014

    Following on from the Coalition’s 2013 pre-election pledge to implement a tax credit scheme for mining exploration companies, the new Industry