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Australian court sets a high bar for challenges to arbitrators

Australia - July 28 2022 The Supreme Court of New South Wales has recently confirmed that, in Australia, the relevant test for challenges to the independence or impartiality…

Samara Cassar, Guillermo García-Perrote

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…

Tania Gray, Elizabeth Macknay, Merryn Quayle, Mark Smyth, Anna Sutherland, Christine Wong, Jacqueline Wootton

Sanctions Tracker - Update on Australia’s response to the situation in Ukraine

Australia, Russia - May 20 2022 On 4 April 2022, the Australian Government introduced a ban on the export of luxury goods to Russia. This includes certain food products, such as…

Priscilla Bourne, Shannan Casey, Natasha Reurts, Christine Wong, Jacqueline Wootton

Sanctions Tracker - Update on Australia’s response to the situation in Ukraine

Australia, Russia, Ukraine - May 20 2022 We previously discussed the Ukraine-related sanctions measures in Australia on February 23, February 25, March 1, March 15, March 18 and March 25…

Priscilla Bourne, Shannan Casey, Natasha Reurts, Christine Wong, Jacqueline Wootton

Sanctions Tracker Summary - Global Sanctions Responses to the Crisis in Ukraine

Australia, European Union, Russia, Ukraine, United Kingdom, USA - April 12 2022 Within a brief period, the international sanctions environment applicable to trade with Russia has been fundamentally transformed. We have published a…

Dr Marius Boewe, Christopher Boyd, Shannan Casey, Susannah Cogman, Brittany Crosby-Banyai, Jonathan Cross, Elizabeth Head, Lode Van Den Hende, Daniel Hudson, Jonathan Mattout, Michael Schoeneberger, Christine Wong, Jacqueline Wootton