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Clayton Utz | Australia | 30 May 2019

R&D activities presenting a hurdle in agri-business mergers

The ACCC will take into consideration the R&D activities and the downstream supply of future products by the merged entity, and whether there will be


Clayton Utz | Australia | 18 Apr 2019

Good dismissal procedures still count, despite burnout forklift driver's crash and burn in the Fair Work Commission

While a procedurally correct process, with an opportunity to respond, is best, the Fair Work Commission will not condone deliberate and unsafe


Clayton Utz | New Zealand, Australia | 4 Apr 2019

New Zealand eyes findings of Financial Services Royal Commission as it amends regulation of financial advice providers

New Zealand's Financial Services Legislation Amendment Bill, which commenced its third (final) reading on Tuesday 2 April, introduces a range of


Clayton Utz | Australia | 6 Feb 2019

Financial Services Royal Commission Final Report - Part 2: Culture, Governance and Remuneration

The Financial Services Royal Commission's findings in the Final Report, delivered on 4 February 2019, place the primary responsibility for misconduct


Clayton Utz | Australia | 5 Jul 2018

2018-2019 State Budget promotes waste-to-energy projects in Queensland

As announced in the 2018-2019 Budget, the Queensland Government has committed $100 million from its proposed new waste levy towards developing and


Clayton Utz | Australia | 29 May 2018

Higher fines for competition law breaches, and more unlawful behaviour captured by Australia's cartel laws

Multinationals and corporate groups found to engage in cartel conduct face higher penalties in Australia following a landmark decision of the Full


Clayton Utz | Australia | 6 Jul 2017

The Fair Work Commission recognises that employers can set the agenda on response to bullying

Even where the Fair Work Commission finds bullying conduct has occurred, orders are not a fait accompli. The Fair Work Commission's anti-bullying


Clayton Utz | Australia | 6 Jun 2017

Penalty rate cuts for hospitality and retail sectors - transitional arrangements commence on 1 July

If you engage people in hospitality and retail sectors, you should seek legal advice on whether you can reduce Sunday and public holiday rates


Clayton Utz | Australia | 25 May 2017

Significant changes proposed to the National Access Regime

The Competition and Consumer Amendment (Competition Policy Review) Bill 2017 represents the Commonwealth Government’s second stage of implementing


Clayton Utz | Australia | 23 Feb 2017

Sunday and public holiday penalty rates in modern awards reduced for hospitality and retail sectors

Some Sunday and public holiday penalty rates in modern awards will fall from 1 July 2017, affecting the hospitality, fast food, retail and pharmacy

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