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MARQUE Lawyers | Australia | 1 Aug 2016

Drone Wars: 5 things you need to know before you fly

Being the tech-savvy lawyers that we are, it's important to keep up with the latest trends. And there isn't much that's more on trend right now than


MARQUE Lawyers | Australia | 23 Sep 2015

I protest! When protesting becomes a nuisance (and when it doesn’t)

What should you do when a bunch of protestors is outside your business blocking customers from getting in? Any lawyer will tell you to sue the


MARQUE Lawyers | Australia | 26 Mar 2015

Top 5 tips on liquidated damages

We're sure you've spent many sleepless nights wondering about liquidated damages. Well, now you can banish insomnia for good. We take you through all


MARQUE Lawyers | Australia | 12 Mar 2015

Deeds and agreements are like goldfish and typewriters

Ever wondered why these two animals exist? Here's the short version of what distinguishes deeds from agreements, and the reasons you might want to


MARQUE Lawyers | Australia | 2 Mar 2015

Top 5 tips for negotiating contracts

Whatever type of business you run, contracts are a necessary part of daily life. Whether you're looking to secure drilling rigs, outsource IT


MARQUE Lawyers | Australia | 10 Dec 2014

New developments in NSW CSG exploration

Last month the NSW Government announced a new regime for regulating coal seam gas activities in NSW. Not all the details of the NSW Gas Plan have


MARQUE Lawyers | Australia | 28 Oct 2014

Are Australian Standards legally binding?

While Australian Standards are certainly useful reference tools for businesses, their status under law can be quite deceiving. Australian Standards


MARQUE Lawyers | Australia, Venezuela, Global | 21 Oct 2014

The oil major, the socialist and another billion dollar arbitration award

The tale of how an American company took on the state of Venezuela through a Dutch bilateral investment treaty, and won. Earlier this month, ICSID


MARQUE Lawyers | Australia | 15 Oct 2014

Top 3 issues for protecting your IP in oil and gas operations

New technology and changing processes are making oil and gas drilling and extraction more and more economic, whether involving conventional or


MARQUE Lawyers | Australia, Global, India | 15 Sep 2014

Before things get nuclear

We take a closer look at the Australia-India uranium deal. Australian uranium could start being exported to India within a year after the two

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