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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

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    5. Perth WA

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  1. Selecting the right environmental approvals pathway for your project: the options in Queensland

    Australia - October 16 2014

    With the commencement of the State Development, Infrastructure and Planning (Red Tape Reduction) and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2014, and the

  2. Employees engaged in lawful industrial activity aren't immune from adverse action, says High Court

    Australia - October 17 2014

    An employee whose actions while on a stop-work protest breached his employer's Code of Conduct was dismissed lawfully, according to the High Court

  3. Are your employees' LinkedIn connections your trade secrets?

    Australia - July 24 2014

    Consider this: your business, like many others, largely depends on the people within it and the relationships those people have with clients. What if

  4. High Court sets out duty of care for builders of commercial property

    Australia - October 9 2014

    In a unanimous decision, the High Court has overturned a decision which had held that a builder owed and breached a duty of care to an Owners'

  5. Contractor management - who is responsible?

    Australia - October 2 2014

    There are serious implications if a principal attempts to address safety concerns by directing how the contractor should carry out work. How can a

  1. Employees engaged in lawful industrial activity aren't immune from adverse action, says High Court

    Australia - October 17 2014

    An employee whose actions while on a stop-work protest breached his employer's Code of Conduct was dismissed lawfully, according to the High Court

  2. Selecting the right environmental approvals pathway for your project: the options in Queensland

    Australia - October 16 2014

    With the commencement of the State Development, Infrastructure and Planning (Red Tape Reduction) and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2014, and the

  3. The price of success

    Australia - October 16 2014

    A corporate adviser failed to get a contractual success fee for a recommended takeover, because "success" depended upon the timing of the target

  4. High Court sets out duty of care for builders of commercial property

    Australia - October 9 2014

    In a unanimous decision, the High Court has overturned a decision which had held that a builder owed and breached a duty of care to an Owners'

  5. Adjudication determination as a basis for statutory demand in WA

    Australia - October 2 2014

    A statutory demand based on an adjudication determination under the Construction Contracts Act 2004 (WA) without a court's leave, is at risk of being