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FisherBroyles LLP | USA | 29 Mar 2019

Did Mr. Stinky Create a Hostile Work Environment?

It ostensibly involves bullying, which, as we know, is not actionable in virtually every jurisdiction in the US unless it consists of acts of…
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Holding Redlich | Australia | 20 Mar 2019

Inside track: Planning, Environment & Sustainability

New portal to match for large scale renewables is already pumping A new online portal has been launched for organisations looking to buy…
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Hall & Wilcox | Australia | 21 Nov 2018

Cryptocurrency and tax - the ATO’s expectations in relation to record keeping

For many who are investing or trading in cryptocurrencies, one of the biggest headaches is recording and accounting for all of your transactions. In…
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Hall & Wilcox | Australia | 14 Nov 2018

Cryptocurrency and tax - cryptocurrency to cryptocurrency transactions

Most cryptocurrency transactions will involve the exchange of one cryptocurrency for another cryptocurrency (‘crypto-to-crypto’). Put another way, the…
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Cooley LLP | USA | 5 Nov 2018

IRS Announces Adjusted Plan Limits for 2019

The Internal Revenue Service has announced the 2019 limits that affect the operation of tax-qualified retirement plans, including 401(k) plans, and…
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Lander & Rogers | Australia | 20 Jun 2018

More than 2 million Australians set for 3.5% wage increase – 2017-2018 Annual Wage Review

The Fair Work Commission's Expert Panel recently issued its 2017-2018 Annual Wage Review decision. Among other things, the panel decided that it was appropriate to adjust modern award minimum wages. From the first full pay period on or after 1 July 2018, minimum weekly wages will increase by 3.5%, with commensurate increases in hourly rates on the basis of a 38-hour week.
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Lander & Rogers | Australia | 13 Jun 2018

Navigating the murky waters of employee bonuses and incentive payments

Navigating the payment of bonuses or incentive payments can be a tricky legal issue. One question that clients regularly ask is how discretionary is an employer's discretion when it comes to awarding a bonus or setting an employee's annual remuneration? As with most legal issues, there is no quick answer, but there are some tips from case law which can provide guidance.
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Gilbert + Tobin | Australia | 31 May 2018

ACCC releases annual Targeting Scams report

The ACCC has released its ninth annual Targeting Scams report, which explains key trends in scam activity and highlights the impact of scams on the…
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Squire Patton Boggs | Australia | 23 May 2018

Critical GST Changes to Residential Property Sales

From 1 July 2018, purchasers of most newly constructed residential properties and residential land subdivisions will withhold the goods and services…
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Lander & Rogers | Australia | 23 May 2018

New labour hire licensing schemes in Queensland and South Australia

Under new legislation, labour hire service providers in Queensland and South Australia must be licensed to provide labour hire services in order to avoid costly penalties. Businesses that engage labour hire service providers must also ensure that those providers are licensed. The new licensing schemes aim to regulate the provision of labour hire services and protect employees from......
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