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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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    3. Darwin NT

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    4. Melbourne VIC

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    5. Perth WA

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  1. Did you notice that clause at the back of the contract?

    United Kingdom - August 7 2014

    The recent case of Greenclose Limited v National Westminster Bank PLC 2014 EWHC 1156 (Ch) considered the effect of a notice purported to be given

  2. Check yourself before you wreck yourself: good corporate governance and being Dispute Ready

    Australia - August 7 2014

    Is your organisation "Dispute Ready"? Is it prepared to deal with a dispute in a manner that will maximise the best outcome for the organisation in

  3. The servant of two masters: competing employees and poorly drafted restraints

    Australia - August 7 2014

    It's not uncommon for employees to seek work from two or more employers, which could be in the same industry and target the same consumer market

  4. Australian Government seeks new ways to limit online copyright infringement in new discussion paper

    Australia - August 7 2014

    On 30 July 2014, the Australian Government released the Online Copyright Infringement Discussion Paper and is seeking public submissions on the draft

  5. Court removes liquidators for apparent bias

    Australia - August 7 2014

    The Full Court of the Federal Court has found that a conflict of interest arose in circumstances where liquidators were required to investigate

  1. Proposed changes seek to clarify terms contract provisions in Victoria

    Australia, New Zealand - August 28 2014

    Is your contract for the sale of land a terms contract? It might be, if proposed changes to the Sale of Land Act 1962 currently before the Victorian

  2. Is the Statement of Requirements or Statement of Work really that important?

    Australia - August 21 2014

    When planning and implementing a project or program, it is always very tempting to consider leaving the development of the Statement of Requirements

  3. ASIC ventures back into the pool

    Australia - August 21 2014

    ASIC has announced that over the next 12 months it will conduct a review of some broker dark pools

  4. Cost implications for amended claims for compensation in Queensland

    Australia - August 21 2014

    When a claimant amends a claim for compensation what are the cost implications for the constructing authority? Recent Queensland Land Court decisions

  5. The new frontier: cyber risk management and insurance part 1

    Australia - August 21 2014

    Every day we share more information electronically, and companies handling this increasing volume of data face increasing risks from hackers, viruses