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Creating a federal Anti-Corruption Commission: What does it mean for Australian business?

Australia - June 14 2022 Promised by the new Labor government to be “powerful, transparent and independent” with extraordinarily wide powers granted to royal commissions…

Leon Chung, Tania Gray, Elizabeth Macknay, Merryn Quayle, Mark Smyth, Christine Wong, Jacqueline Wootton

Federal Minister for the Environment does not owe duty of care

Australia - March 16 2022 The Full Federal Court handed down its much-anticipated judgment in Sharma today. A summary of the judgment of the Full Federal Court allowing the…

Heidi Asten, Peter Briggs, Melanie Debenham, Kathryn Pacey, Mark Smyth, Timothy Stutt, Juliana Warner, Jacqueline Wootton

Disputes in Australia: 2021 Wrap

Australia - December 17 2021 As this year comes to an end, our national litigation experts have taken a moment to reflect on the key trends from 2021 and to make some predictions…

Harry Edwards, Cameron Hanson, Elizabeth Poulos

Corporate Crime & Investigations insights - Australia and beyond

Australia - November 23 2020 This series spotlights trends and developments in corporate crime investigations and enforcement in Australia, with a global lens. Looking ahead into…

Tania Gray, Grant Marjoribanks, Jacqueline Wootton

Padlocking the safe in a digital world

Australia, European Union, Global, United Kingdom - October 27 2017 Cyber security is a constant and evolving threat across all sectors of the global economy. No bank is immune. Given the impact that a cyber incident…

Andrew Moir