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Foreign companies operating in certain complex or sensitive industries in China need to do more than instil an anti-corruption policy.
The Supreme Court of New Zealand has set aside the Court of Appeal’s decision regarding the effect of statutory charges on the payment of defence costs by D&O insurers.
Catalogue of investment projects subject to government verifications overhauls Chinese outbound investment regulatory regime
The State Council promulgated on 2 December 2013 the Catalogue of Investment Projects Subject to Governmental Verifications (2013).
There is substantial scope to improve Australia’s major project approvals processes, according to the Productivity Commission’s December 2013 research report.
Is the safety, competitiveness and efficiency of Australia’s payment systems important to your organisation? Will recent and foreshadowed changes affect you?
Record fines and unprecedented investigations into bribery and competition violations signal a clear message to multinational firms to re-evaluate how they do business in China.
Five US federal agencies have issued final rules to implement section 619 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (the Volcker rule).
Early indications are that the free-trade zone will liberalise foreign investment into China, particularly in the financial services sector, and not just in Shanghai.
Australia’s root-and-branch Financial System Inquiry is progressing, with details of the final terms of reference, the full panel and the process released last week.
The treasurer has announced his conditional approval of a $7.5bn foreign investment application from State Grid Corporation of China.
The Fair Work Commission’s new workplace bullying regime commences 1 January 2014 — employers be prepared.
Welcome to the Q4 2013 issue of Class Action, the final issue before the release of the Year In Review report.
The termination of a long-time employee of the Department of Defence was unfair, even though his conduct in sending pornographic emails was a valid reason for dismissal.
The Federal Court has found that the person proposed as representative applicant was not a group member and as such could not represent the class.
This alert considers what developments we can expect to see in the year ahead and how this growing movement towards global tax information exchange will affect financial institutions.
In November, the Federal Court approved $8.5m for costs and disbursements of the GPT class action, some $770k less than had originally been claimed by Slater & Gordon.
The Fair Work Commission has found in favour of an employer in a dispute about a flexible working arrangement.
The Fair Work Commission has held that a fixed-term employee sacked before the specified end date in her contract was entitled to pursue remedies for unfair dismissal.
The factual scenario underlying the abalone class action had many of the hallmarks of a profitable class action enterprise.
Australia treasurer Joe Hockey has announced the removal of foreign investment conditions placed on Yanzhou in relation to its holding in Yancoal.