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Corrs Chambers Westgarth | USA, Australia, United Kingdom, etc. | 3 Apr 2019

Federal Budget 2019: A laser focus on re-election

Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg's maiden Federal Budget, released on 2 April (with an election only a matter of weeks away) is laser-focussed on


Hall & Wilcox | New Zealand, Australia | 27 Mar 2019

What hospital operators need to know about the new Sterilization Standards

According to the press, Australian hospitals face an estimated $1 billion overhaul of their sterilization departments to improve the


Holding Redlich | Australia | 6 Mar 2019

Inside track: Work Health & Safety

Regulator welcomes court verdict on Macmahon Mining Services The NSW Court of Criminal Appeal has upheld an appeal by the Attorney


Barry.Nilsson. Lawyers | USA, Australia | 4 Mar 2019

Sexual harassment training an ongoing process

I’ve seen them. I’ve written them. They generally start with something along the lines of, “Company X does not tolerate sexual harassment in the


MinterEllison | Australia | 18 Feb 2019

The NTC revamps the regulation of driver distraction rules

The National Transport Commission (NTC) is undertaking a project aimed at identifying, regulating and mitigating the safety risks arising from driver


Mayer Brown | United Kingdom, European Union | 15 Feb 2019

Global Directions: Mobility Trends in Mid-February 2019

The Australian government recently signed the Northern Territory Designation Area Migration Agreement


Hall & Wilcox | Australia | 5 Feb 2019

Treasury Issues Paper: what opportunities and risks do ICOs pose for Australia?

What opportunities and risks International Coin Offerings (ICOs) pose for Australia and whether our regulatory framework is well placed to manage


Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP | USA, Australia | 13 Dec 2018

Australia and Chinese Taipei Join the APEC CBPR System

On November 23, 2018, both Australia and Chinese Taipei joined the APEC Cross-Border Privacy Rules (“CBPR”) system. The system is a regional


Holding Redlich | Australia | 26 Nov 2018

Queensland Government Bulletin - 26 November 2018

Perpetrators of online bullying could face up to five years' prison time under tough new laws passed by NSW Parliament. "Dolly's Law" is now putting


Clayton Utz | Australia | 22 Nov 2018

The ACCC and ASIC get new powers to investigate "unfair contract terms"

Laws regarding unfair contract terms (UCTs) have received considerable attention in the last two years for two reasons

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