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Consistency in sentencing to be restored in Queensland - Amendment bill addresses the ‘Barbaro effect’

Australia - April 20 2016 On 19 April 2016 the Queensland Parliament passed laws to reinstate the abilty of courts in criminal proceedings to receive submissions from both the

Agriculture and Environment Committee releases report on Chain of Responsibility Bill

Australia - April 19 2016 Do you have a ‘relevant connection’ to an environmentally relevant activity? Are you a ‘related person’? If so there is work to be done to understand

The BIM revolution is coming - Federal Government pushes for all major government infrastructure projects to use BIM

Australia - April 4 2016 In March 2016, the Federal Government’s Infrastructure, Transport and Cities Parliamentary Committee recommended that all government projects that

Culture Shock

Australia - April 8 2016 Greg Medcraft, the Chairman of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), in a recent speech reiterated ASIC’s focus on the

Sale of State-owned critical infrastructure assets to private foreign investors now subject to FIRB approval

Australia - April 5 2016 On 31 March 2016, the Turnbull Government introduced further changes to the foreign investment rules by granting the Foreign Investment Review Board

30 June issues for Self Managed Superannuation Funds - Non-Bank LRBAs and Personal Use Assets

Australia - April 26 2016 With all eyes on whether the Government will introduce changes to the superannuation system in the May Budget, care is still needed to ensure that

Key amendments to Chain of Responsibility Bill as passed by Queensland Parliament

Australia - April 22 2016 Late on 21 April 2016, the Queensland Parliament passed the Environmental Protection (Chain of Responsibility) Amendment Act 2016 (Act). The Act

Consistency in sentencing to be restored in Queensland - Amendment bill addresses the ‘Barbaro effect’

Australia - April 20 2016 On 19 April 2016 the Queensland Parliament passed laws to reinstate the abilty of courts in criminal proceedings to receive submissions from both the

Agriculture and Environment Committee releases report on Chain of Responsibility Bill

Australia - April 19 2016 Do you have a ‘relevant connection’ to an environmentally relevant activity? Are you a ‘related person’? If so there is work to be done to understand

Culture Shock

Australia - April 8 2016 Greg Medcraft, the Chairman of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), in a recent speech reiterated ASIC’s focus on the