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Clayton Utz | Australia | 8 Dec 2016

FIRB provides guidance on revised tax conditions

The Foreign Investment Review Board has provided much needed clarity on the new tax conditions for foreign investment proposals...

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Clayton Utz | Australia | 18 Aug 2016

"Penalties" and fairness of consumer and small business contracts

Businesses already examining their standard form contracts should be taking this opportunity to review them for possible penalty clauses, following

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Clayton Utz | Australia | 21 Jul 2016

Making a public interest immunity claim? New guidance on what you need to consider

Recent public interest immunity cases give useful guidance for government entities who may be contemplating a claim in the future. Document

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Clayton Utz | Australia | 21 Jul 2016

The state as a model litigant: reading between the Guidelines

Underpinning the Guidelines is the State's duty to act honestly, fairly, with complete propriety, and in accordance with the highest professional

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Clayton Utz | Australia, United Kingdom | 14 Jul 2016

Trade mark owners hit back: Court orders ISPs to block sites selling counterfeit luxury goods

Rights-holders should explore site-blocking injunctions as a way to stifle the online trade in counterfeit goods. The explosion in online piracy

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Clayton Utz | Australia | 1 Oct 2015

Changes to Queensland's workers' compensation legislation in effect

Changes to Queensland's Workers' Compensation and Rehabilitation Act have been assented to. While not all changes made in October 2013 have been

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Clayton Utz | Australia | 24 Jul 2014

Doing business in Australia: business structures

There are five different business structures in Australia, each with their advantages and disadvantages. A person may carry on business in Australia

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Clayton Utz | Australia | 21 Nov 2013

Everything happens for a reason but you don't always have to tell people what it is

The High Court has recently restated the position that there is no general common law obligation on administrative decision-makers to give reasons for

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Clayton Utz | Australia | 7 Nov 2013

Significant changes to Queensland workers' compensation legislation; how they affect your workplace

Following the release in May 2013 of the report of the Inquiry into the Operation of Queensland's Workers' Compensation Scheme, the Workers

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Clayton Utz | Australia | 26 Sep 2013

How the rules of procedural fairness may apply to private organisations

On 22 August 2013, James Hird commenced legal proceedings in the Supreme Court of Victoria against the Australian Football League alleging, among

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