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Legislative fix for McGlade native title decision to confirm ILUAs due this week

Australia - February 14 2017 The Commonwealth Government is moving to confirm the validity of more than 120 Indigenous land use agreements (ILUAs) that were registered despite

Indemnities for breach of contract - do they do what you think they do?

Australia - September 17 2010 The inclusion of an indemnity covering breach of contract has become increasingly common in modern construction contracts

Terminating contracts

Australia - May 1 2013 This article provides a brief overview of the grounds for terminating a contract and sets out some key issues to bear in mind when making an election

More road signs needed at the intersection of international tax laws to avoid disputes

Australia - February 16 2017 With the dust starting to settle, there will need to be some clear guidance from the ATO on how these rules are to be applied. Ask the person in the

Court awards $34,822 for copyright infringement and $400,000 for bad behaviour

Australia - February 2 2017 The actual loss suffered from copyright, patent, trade mark or design infringement is often either small or difficult to quantify. Being able to

ACCC warns telcos about misleading broadband advertising

Australia - February 16 2017 The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has placed internet service providers (ISPs) firmly on notice that broadband speed

Overhaul of the NT environmental regulatory framework on the horizon

Australia - February 16 2017 The Northern Territory Environment Protection Authority (NT EPA) recently released its Roadmap for a modern environmental regulatory framework for the

More road signs needed at the intersection of international tax laws to avoid disputes

Australia - February 16 2017 With the dust starting to settle, there will need to be some clear guidance from the ATO on how these rules are to be applied. Ask the person in the

Transfer pricing the current landscape in Australia

Australia, OECD - February 16 2017 We have been dealing with the first wave of very large-scale disputes about Australia’s new transfer pricing rules

Getting to know the new Queensland Planning Act 2016: Planning instruments and Minister's powers

Australia - February 16 2017 This article is the second in our series examining the key provisions of the new Planning Act, which is expected to commence on 3 July 2017. State