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Don't panic! Probuild overturned, so adjudication determinations under SOP Act will stand despite non-jurisdictional errors of law

Australia - January 3 2017 The Court of Appeal has overturned the first instance decision in Probuild Constructions (Aust) Pty Ltd v Shade Systems Pty Ltd 2016 NSWSC 770 and

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

Confidential information and departing employees - the threat from within

Australia - August 1 2013 Employers can take practical and legal steps to prevent current or former employees from using their confidential information. One of your company’s

Was $49.95, now is misleading: the perils of “wasnow” pricing

Australia - December 22 2016 Boxing Day has nearly arrived. The customary ways to pass the day include watching cricket, regretting the culinary excesses of the previous day

Evolution, not revolution: reforms proposed for the NSW planning system

Australia - January 16 2017 Proposed changes to the planning system will impact developments in NSW. Anyone with a current or future development project or modification should

Don't panic! Probuild overturned, so adjudication determinations under SOP Act will stand despite non-jurisdictional errors of law

Australia - January 3 2017 The Court of Appeal has overturned the first instance decision in Probuild Constructions (Aust) Pty Ltd v Shade Systems Pty Ltd 2016 NSWSC 770 and

Australia's trade deals: where are we at, and what's on the horizon

Australia, European Union - December 22 2016 The direction of trade agreements, and the rules that govern global commerce, have significantly changed over the past year. 2016 began positively

The cost of dealing with employee information theft

Australia - December 22 2016 The cost of taking prompt and decisive action to contain the impact of information theft by an employee may be significant, but the alternative

Visions of lattes and polycentric cities: the Greater Sydney Commission draft district plans

Australia - December 22 2016 The District Plans will have teeth. They will influence actions in Greater Sydney’s metropolitan plan, and they will ensure local environmental plans