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Cooper Grace Ward | Australia | 17 Feb 2020

ASIC relieves smaller not-for-profits and charities from whistleblower policy requirement - Cooper Grace Ward

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has issued a legislative instrument confirming it will not be mandatory for smaller

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Cooper Grace Ward | Australia | 11 Feb 2020

Changes to Modern Awards have commenced with major changes to the use of annual salaries starting in March

After a lengthy Modern Award review period resulting in numerous changes to the Modern Awards, the first changes were implemented on 4 February 2020

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Cooper Grace Ward | Australia | 11 Feb 2020

Queensland unlocks new coal and gas exploration acreage - Cooper Grace Ward

The Queensland Government has released more than 7,000 km of land for petroleum and gas and coal exploration

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Cooper Grace Ward | Australia | 6 Feb 2020

Market-based causation - the Myer class action

The Myer case is a landmark case for two reasons. First, it is the first Australian Securities class action to proceed to judgement. Second, the

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Cooper Grace Ward | Australia | 5 Feb 2020

I don’t agree with the judge’s decision - can I appeal?

We often see clients who ask for a second opinion about their Family Law matter and seek advice regarding their options to appeal after a judge has

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Cooper Grace Ward | Australia | 3 Feb 2020

Teacher swinging on rope swing while on school trip in Vanuatu not acting ‘in the course of’ employment

A Brisbane Catholic Education teacher injured while on a school trip to Vanuatu has had her appeal dismissed by the Industrial Court of Queensland

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Cooper Grace Ward | Australia | 28 Jan 2020

The dangers of electronic signatures - can you prove who signed?

It has become increasingly common for documents to be signed electronically. This can be a very convenient way of signing and storing documents

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Cooper Grace Ward | Australia | 28 Jan 2020

Foreign resident selling the former family home? No CGT exemption from 30 June 2020

After 30 June 2020, foreign residents will generally not be able to access the capital gains tax (CGT) main residence exemption. There is no

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Cooper Grace Ward | Australia | 24 Jan 2020

Non-arm's length income rules and SMSFs - where are we at now? How NALE impacts SMSFs

The 2017 Budget saw the announcement of the 'NALE' changes to the non-arm's length income (NALI) rules effective from 1 July 2018. These changes have

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Cooper Grace Ward | Australia | 24 Jan 2020

SMSF borrowing (LRBAs) and how it affects total superannuation balances (TSB)

One long outstanding measure that affects members of SMSFs has been including the outstanding borrowings of an SMSF in members' total superannuation

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