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Climate change litigation and what you can do to manage the risks

Australia - May 10 2022 Australia has the second highest number of court cases on climate change in the world, surpassed only by the US. This reflects growing community and…

Georgina Buckley, Louise Horrocks, Gabriella Ritchie

Native Title - Individual ‘power of veto' jeopardises ILUAs

Australia - February 3 2017 All proponents and Traditional Owners who are a party to an existing Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) or intend to enter into an ILUA. There has…

Liam Davis, Tim Hanmore, Dominic McGann

Australian criminal and civil consequences for bribery committed overseas

Australia - November 29 2016 Local and international media are reporting that an Australian Rio Tinto executive has been suspended and subsequently dismissed amidst a scandal…

Daniel MacKenzie

Threesixty - November 2015

Australia - November 20 2015 The Palaszczuk Government is delivering $63 million in the 2015-16 State Budget to help councils protect against natural disasters and plan and build…

Ren Niemann, Amelia Prokuda, Isaac West

Impacts of a sluggish court system

Australia - August 10 2015 Greece is in trouble. It is being pressured to implement a number of reforms as part of negotiations for various forms of debt relief.One of those…

Tim Alexander