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Holding Redlich | Australia | 17 Jun 2019

Inside track: Property & Real Estate

Ghost shops haunt new apartment blocks as 'perfect storm' hits suburban retailers An expansion in so-called 'hard-top'

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MinterEllison | Australia | 14 Jun 2019

Queensland 2019-20 State Budget - What impact will the budget have on your tax agenda?

Queensland has just announced significant changes to its tax regime through the 2019-20 State Budget which will particularly impact employers

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Russell Kennedy | Australia | 14 Jun 2019

Health Bulletin 14 June 2019

The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) has announced that it will be deploying artificial intelligence (AI) technology to address antimicrobial

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Helix Legal | Australia | 13 Jun 2019

The construction of solar farms requires ‘Future fit’ regulation

In a report dated 19 June 2018 from the Deloitte Centre for government insights entitled “The future of regulation” the following is stated:

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Clayton Utz | Australia | 13 Jun 2019

Retrial ordered for director convicted of WHS breach

The Lavin case has broadened our understanding on what considerations a Court and jury must look at when determining the guilt of a person charged

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Clayton Utz | Australia | 13 Jun 2019

Real estate: 5 Minute Fix 06

Get your 5 Minute Fix of real estate news. This issue: technology and the future of legal services; March 2019 CPI Quarter; first home buyers 5

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MinterEllison | Australia | 13 Jun 2019

Ringuet v State of Queensland 2019 QDC 91

On 6 June 2019, the District Court of Queensland determined that a nurse's employer had breached its duty of care. The nurse had suffered physical

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MinterEllison | Australia | 11 Jun 2019

A right to life implications for public health services

In international human rights law, the right to life is an absolute right, which means that a State must protect and comply with, and cannot limit

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Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | Australia | 11 Jun 2019

Briefing note - NROLA Act introduces amendments to the MRA and PAGA

On 15 May 2019, the Queensland Parliament passed the Natural Resources and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2019 (NROLA Act). The Act implements a

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Piper Alderman | Australia | 11 Jun 2019

Freedom to hire: discrimination damages awarded for failure to hire because of a candidate’s political activities

An individual’s right to be “political”, regardless of their work situation, has been in the headlines recently with respect to the idea of freedom of

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