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Clayton Utz | Australia | 8 Dec 2016

The national SOP scheme: time to act

Last week the Federal Government agreed with independent Senators to implement a national security of payment (SOP) scheme as part of a package


Clayton Utz | Australia | 14 Nov 2011

Pro bono deserves more than lip service

The national survey of pro bono legal work by solicitors released by the National Pro Bono Resource Centre last week contains important messages for management at larger commercial firms about what is required to build a genuine pro bono culture with employed solicitors.


Clayton Utz | Australia | 13 Oct 2011

Federal government begins consolidating anti-discrimination laws

The discussion paper signals a number of potentially significant changes to the existing Federal framework which all employers should be aware of.


Clayton Utz | Australia | 1 Aug 2011

Government softens Price Signalling Bill for the banking sector

The Government has responded to concerns and narrowed the scope of the Competition and Consumer Amendment Bill (No. 1) 2011 which will introduce a new prohibition on public and private "disclosures" of pricing and other information to competitors in prescribed industries.


Clayton Utz | Australia | 15 Jul 2011

The role of ACCC and risks of "price exploitation" with the carbon price

Price exploitation might be a complex issue with the carbon price, especially if the ACCC doesn't get any new legislative powers


Clayton Utz | Australia | 15 Jul 2011

Taxation treatment of carbon permits under the carbon price mechanism

The income tax and GST law will be amended to deal with the implications of the imposition of a price on carbon.


Clayton Utz | Australia | 26 Nov 2010

Two tiers of television sports under anti-siphoning reforms released by federal government

The Federal Government has released details of its new anti-siphoning policy for sports events on television, which will now comprise two tiers of sporting events, with different rules applying to them.


Clayton Utz | Australia | 3 Nov 2010

NT government opposes uranium mine

The Northern Territory Government is opposed to a uranium mine at Angela Pamela, but the decision is up to the Federal Government.


Clayton Utz | Australia | 12 Oct 2010

Poker machine reform and gambling taxes

Limits on poker machine use, and no clear signals on tax reform, mean uncertainty for the poker machine industry.


Clayton Utz | Australia | 5 Jul 2010

A GST ruling system you can object to

The scope of the general tax rulings system is being broadened to include GST.

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