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Clayton Utz | Australia | 3 Sep 2020

Construction contracts may be declared void when entered into under economic duress

Get your 5 Minute Fix of major projects and construction news. This issue: priority infrastructure projects identified by Infrastructure Australia…

Clayton Utz | Australia | 3 Sep 2020

ACT: VOI & E-conveyancing: Changes to ACT property transactions are coming, so get ready

After a delayed start, Verification of Identity (VOI) requirements have come into force in the ACT. The Land Titles (Verification of Identity) Rules…

Barry.Nilsson. Lawyers | Australia | 25 Aug 2020

Student awarded damages for psychological injury sustained as a result of alleged sexual assault

The ACT Supreme Court awarded damages of $420,000 against a residential college for psychological injury to a University student who alleged that she…

Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia | Australia | 2 Aug 2020

International student accused of placing camera in university shower cubicle charged for filming person engaged in private act

An international student accused of installing a hidden camera in a communal shower cubicle at an on-campus residence…

Clayton Utz | Australia | 12 May 2020

ACT landlords and tenants can now proceed under new negotiation framework for COVID-19 relief

The ACT Government yesterday created the missing parts for ACT landlords and tenants seeking to renegotiate their arrangements in response to the…

HopgoodGanim | Australia | 9 Apr 2020

New short-form ICT contracting framework for Queensland Government during COVID-19 pandemic

The new Short Form Contract Conditions - ICT Products and/or Services (SFCC) are designed for emergency ICT procurement during the COVID-19 pandemic...

HopgoodGanim | Australia | 27 Mar 2020

What is an essential service?

With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic engulfing Australia and the world, there has been significant discussion in relation to restricting the operations…

MinterEllison | Australia | 5 Dec 2019

Court of Appeal confirms an occupiers common law duty of care to third party

We discuss the implications that arise in respect of an occupier's duty of care from the recent decision of D'Arcy v Caltex Australia Petroleum Pty…

Moulis Legal | Australia | 26 Jul 2019

Canberra’s expansion - thinking outside the lines

In 2018 Canberra was Australia’s second-fastest growing city, pipped by Melbourne by 0.3%, with Brisbane in third. That trend continues. Shouldn’t be…

Clayton Utz | Australia | 11 Sep 2018

CU Up to Date

The aim of CU UP TO DATE is to provide you with a quarterly update on what we see as the key WHS&E issues and themes of the quarter, and with ongoing…
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