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Whistleblower reform bill progresses to the next stage

Australia - December 7 2018 It’s taken a year, but the Treasury Laws Amendment (Enhancing Whistleblower Protections) Bill 2017 has progressed to the next stage with a raft of...

Ghassan Kassisieh, Dianne Banks, James Pomeroy.


Backing corporate activists: five ‘need-to-knows’ about proposed whistleblower reforms

Australia - March 23 2018 Australian companies are on the eve of a new age of corporate activism. New protections for whistleblowers who go public about serious corporate...

Ghassan Kassisieh, Sarah Turner.


Media law reform - at last

Australia - May 11 2017 Australian media law reform is long overdue. Australia’s current media laws are largely a product of a pre-internet, analogue era which was dominated...

Jessica van Rooy, Gina Cass-Gotttieb, Alexandra Whitby, Peter Cook, Adam D'Andreti, Charles Coorey.


Role Reversal - Commonwealth Government flags domestic gas restrictions on East Coast LNG exporters.

Australia - April 27 2017 The Commonwealth Government announced today that it will be putting in place extraordinary measures in order to increase domestic gas supply to the...

Emily Tsokos, Antonia Garling, Denitsa Vasileva, Christopher Flynn, Simon Muys.


The growth and growth of litigation funding and “open class” shareholder class actions

Australia - October 31 2016 Last week's Federal Court decision marks an important change to the process of litigation funding for class actions. It is significant because it...

Christine Harb, Cheyne Clarke, Colleen Platford.