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Clayton Utz

Offices

  1. Australia

    1. Brisbane QLD

      Level 28 Riparian Plaza, 71 Eagle Street, Brisbane QLD 4000, Australia T 61 7 3292 7000 F 61 7 3221 9669
    2. Canberra ACT

      New Acton Nishi 10, 2 Phillip Law Street, Canberra ACT 2601, Australia T 61 2 6279 4000 F 61 2 6279 4099
    3. Darwin NT

      17-19 Lindsay Street, Darwin NT 0801, Australia T 61 8 8943 2555 F 61 8 8943 2500
    4. Melbourne VIC

      333 Collins Street, Level 17-8, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia T 61 3 9286 6000 F 61 3 9629 8488
    5. Perth WA

      Level 27, QV 1 Building, 250 St George's Terrace, Perth WA 6000, Australia T 61 8 9426 8000 F 61 8 9481 3095
    6. Sydney NSW

      1 Bligh Street, Level 15, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia T 61 2 9353 4000 F 61 2 8220 6700
  2. Hong Kong

    1. Hong Kong

      703 - 704 The Hong Kong Club Building, 3A Chater Road, Hong Kong, Hong Kong T 852 3980 6868 F 852 3980 6820
  1. Direct vs consequential loss: is there a difference anymore?

    Australia - November 27 2014

    A contract is breached, and you've suffered loss. You look at the terms of the contract, and find the other party doesn't have to compensate you for

  2. Clayton Utz wins on same test for foreign and English words as trade marks in High Court

    Australia - December 3 2014

    There is no special test for using foreign words as a trade mark - the ordinary test for inherent adaptability to distinguish will apply, following

  3. Restricting employees' speech and political activities can be reasonable and lawful

    Australia - December 11 2014

    The rise of social media has given employees a greater ability to share their views with the world on a range of matters, including grievances about

  4. Are public servants responsible if a government contractor breaches work safety laws?

    Australia - December 11 2014

    The Commonwealth's health and safety duties can extend to cover workers employed by private companies that the Government contracts to provide

  5. Sitting tenants are receiving a taxable supply under GST law, says the High Court

    Australia - December 4 2014

    Buyers of property with sitting tenants will be liable for GST on the leases, following the High Court's decision yesterday in Commissioner of

  1. The amendments to Queensland's Building and Construction Industry Payment Act start today

    Australia - December 15 2014

    Amendments to the Building and Construction Industry Payment Act timeframes and procedures commence TODAY, 15 December 2014.The amended Act applies

  2. Draft mining industry action plan proposes radical reforms for NSW

    Australia - December 11 2014

    The NSW Minerals Industry Taskforce has issued a draft report calling for the removal of the Planning Assessment Commission (PAC) and other radical

  3. Restricting employees' speech and political activities can be reasonable and lawful

    Australia - December 11 2014

    The rise of social media has given employees a greater ability to share their views with the world on a range of matters, including grievances about

  4. Protection from protest: a new standard to minimise business disruption in Tasmania

    Australia - December 11 2014

    Businesses in Tasmania, specifically including mining and forestry, may soon have significant protection from protest activities, with the passage

  5. Looks can be deceiving: Responsible Entities get a high reminder on constitutional drafting

    Australia - December 11 2014

    In the recent decision of the High Court, Wellington Capital Ltd v ASIC & Anor 2014 HCA 43, it was held that a Responsible Entity could not make an