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  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

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    4. Melbourne VIC

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    5. Perth WA

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    6. Sydney NSW

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  2. Hong Kong

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  1. Farewell to the 100 shareholder rule

    Australia - November 13 2014

    After many false starts, it seems that the 100 shareholder rule may finally be headed for the exit.A general meeting can be requisitioned by 100

  2. High Court to reconsider consideration and stamp duty in Lend Lease case

    Australia - November 7 2014

    What constitutes the "consideration for" a transfer of "dutiable property" under stamp duties legislation? The High Court is set to consider this

  3. Cartel case founders on lack of connection to Australian market

    Australia - November 13 2014

    In a decision that could have implications for future cross-border cartel cases, the Federal Court of Australia has dismissed the ACCC's case for

  4. Highlights of the ACCC's consumer protection and product safety activities in 2013-2014

    Australia - November 13 2014

    The ACCC released its 20132014 annual report at the end of October. This article highlights some key developments and outcomes over the past year in

  5. What's the latest in fighting online piracy?

    Australia - November 12 2014

    Tim Webb surveys the latest Australian developments in fighting online piracy

  1. NSW opens the door to more CSG projects, but more details to come

    Australia - November 14 2014

    More coal seam gas (CSG) projects are likely to be on the way, following the release of the NSW Government's new Gas Policy, but the freeze on new

  2. Water Infrastructure Options Paper highlights water security opportunities around Australia

    Australia - November 13 2014

    The recently released Commonwealth Government’s Water Infrastructure Options Paper identifies key water infrastructure opportunities throughout

  3. Highlights of the ACCC's consumer protection and product safety activities in 2013-2014

    Australia - November 13 2014

    The ACCC released its 20132014 annual report at the end of October. This article highlights some key developments and outcomes over the past year in

  4. Confirmation of changes to work health and safety laws in South Australia

    Australia - November 13 2014

    The South Australian Parliament has passed the Return to Work Bill 2014.The Bill replaces the Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 1986, and

  5. Fair Work Commission provides further guidance on good faith bargaining requirements

    Australia - November 13 2014

    The series of decisions in relation to the bargaining dispute in 2012 involving APESMA and Endeavour Coal resulted in an extension of employers' good