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The heat is now on Directors when it comes to climate change

Australia - March 15 2017 In a recent ASIC liaison meeting, a number of corporate governance items were flagged as being a current focus of ASIC. Of particular interest is the

The BIM momentum continues - Queensland Government releases its draft policy and principles

Australia - March 13 2017 The Queensland Government has recognised the importance of Building Information Modelling (BIM) in the delivery and management of infrastructure

A$1.5 million price tag for unlawfully exploiting Aboriginal intangible heritage

Australia - March 17 2017 Nine out of ten Australians agree that Aboriginal art is an important part of Australian culture.1 This recognition, however, is not always reflected

Payroll tax considerations for restructuring and insolvency professionals

Australia - March 10 2017 The State revenue authorities are becoming savvier in identifying tax shortfalls, whilst simultaneously improving the effectiveness of their debt recovery processes. In recent years, this has involved enforcing the joint and several liability provisions to try and ensure recovery of unpaid liabilities from group members

Foreign resident capital gains withholding and insolvency arena

Australia - March 10 2017 The foreign resident capital gains withholding provisions (FRCGW) came into effect from 1 July 2016 and have changed the procedural way that disposals of Australian real estate are carried out

Equity crowd funding finally past the post - but is it a dodo?

Australia - March 23 2017 It is good to see that the equity crowd funding laws have finally been cleared for Australia, with the Senate having passed the Bill on Monday. This

A$1.5 million price tag for unlawfully exploiting Aboriginal intangible heritage

Australia - March 17 2017 Nine out of ten Australians agree that Aboriginal art is an important part of Australian culture.1 This recognition, however, is not always reflected

The heat is now on Directors when it comes to climate change

Australia - March 15 2017 In a recent ASIC liaison meeting, a number of corporate governance items were flagged as being a current focus of ASIC. Of particular interest is the

Proposed changes to PPS lease definition

Australia - March 15 2017 On 1 March 2017 the Federal Government introduced the Personal Property Securities Amendment (PPS Leases) Bill 2017 into parliament, which, if passed

The BIM momentum continues - Queensland Government releases its draft policy and principles

Australia - March 13 2017 The Queensland Government has recognised the importance of Building Information Modelling (BIM) in the delivery and management of infrastructure