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Jones Day
On 27 March 2024, Australia's climate disclosure regime moved a significant step closer to implementation, with the federal government's introduction of proposed legislation into Parliament.
Jones Day
The Australian Federal Parliament has passed the Crimes Legislation Amendment (Combatting Foreign Bribery) Act 2024 ("Act"), some six years after a bill to create a 'failure to prevent' foreign bribery offence was first introduced.
K&L Gates
The Council's consultation draft sets out 33 general recommendations and seven additional recommendations that are applicable in specific circumstances.
Cooper Grace Ward
In this edition of 'It depends', partner Scott Hay-Bartlem discusses how many directors does a private company need.
Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia
A parole order will not be made if an offender has not cooperated in locating the victim's body or remains.
Hall Payne Lawyers
A shift towards improving workplace protections and making employers more accountable for their actions.
Bennett & Philp Lawyers
When a company is unreasonably deadlocked by shareholder disputes, the shareholder may apply to have it wound up.
In the defamation case, the court did not need to place weight on the expert evidence of the forensic lipreader.
Unified Lawyers
A prime example of a "grey divorce," a term referring to the trend of older couples divorcing after long marriages.
Piper Alderman
The latest legal, regulatory and project updates in Blockchain and Digital Law.
Holman Webb
An example of how difficult it can be to successfully rely on a limitations defence, particularly at an interlocutory stage.
Sajen Legal
Contracts are the lifeblood of the business world, binding agreements that govern relationships and transactions.
Carroll & O'Dea
Recovery of compensation money for false and misleading representations made by the claimant in his motor vehicle claim.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Complex and multinational schemes are likely to mean that liquidators require extra time to commence proceedings.
Herbert Smith Freehills
As ASIC continues to exercise its broad-ranging enforcement powers, companies are regularly asked to provide sensitive material to the regulator including documents covered by legal professional privilege.
Stacks Law Firm
This case serves as a warning to parents to know the difference between a gift and a trust.
Stacks Law Firm
All defendants admitted that the painting was a forgery, so at least one of them would be found liable.
Stacks Law Firm
The NSW government has started 12-month trials to allow people to rent e-scooters in selected regional centres.
Stacks Law Firm
Scammers impersonate conveyancers or real estate agents and give false account numbers to redirect payments.
Stacks Law Firm
Employees may refuse to respond to employers or to work-related contact out of hours, unless this is unreasonable.
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