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  1. Ain't misbehavin': are "negligence", "gross negligence" and "serious misconduct" the same thing?

    Australia - March 6 2014

    A recent Fair Work Commission decision has put a spotlight on the relationship between "negligence", "gross negligence" and "serious misconduct"

  2. The ACCC has released its consumer protection priorities for 2014: forewarned is forearmed

    Australia - March 6 2014

    The ACCC will scrutinise falsely described discounts, misleading consumers on comparator websites, incremental costs online or deceptive claims that

  3. Interpreting exclusion clauses - general wording does not work

    Australia - March 6 2014

    The recent Western Australian Supreme Court decision in Regional Power Corporation v Pacific Hydro Group Two Pty Ltd (No 2) 2013 WASC 356 may have

  4. How does your privacy policy rate? Our top tips for getting your privacy policy ready

    Australia - March 6 2014

    We are well and truly counting down to the start date of the changes to the Privacy Act on 12 March 2014. As part of the lead-up to the reforms, last

  5. Safety and industrial relations: managing entry for safety in an industrial world

    Australia - February 20 2014

    Changes to the Work Health and Safety Act will give Queensland businesses an enhanced opportunity to test the use of right of entry for safety

  1. Administrator's ability to approach a court about business decisions: elucidating the discretion

    Australia - April 17 2014

    The fine line between the issues that an administrator may approach a court for directions on and those issues that are relegated to internal

  2. New legislation will protect indicia and images associated with major sporting events

    Australia - April 17 2014

    If you're planning to sell, advertise or otherwise promote goods or services in connection with any of the defined major sporting events, you'll need

  3. "Net neutrality": are developments in the US and Europe a sign of things to come for Australia?

    Australia, European Union, USA - April 17 2014

    "Net neutrality" has not received significant public attention in Australia despite the telecommunications and media industries undergoing major

  4. New ASX Corporate Governance reporting rules

    Australia - April 17 2014

    The Corporate Governance Council's new corporate governance disclosure requirements apply for the first full financial year starting on or after 1

  5. A new twist on beneficial ownership disclosure

    Australia - April 17 2014

    ASIC presumably hopes that one clear message from this case is that being offshore doesn't give you practical immunity from the Corporations Act.There