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The NSW Court of Appeal has held that a development consent for the construction and operation of ‘workforce accommodation facility’ was invalid.
A court judgment has found that the Building and Construction Industry Payments Act 2004 (Qld) does not apply to work carried out on land the subject of a mining lease.
A recent decision casts doubt on what constitutes ‘reasonable steps’ to inform an individual that their personal information has been collected.
Recent events suggest that western countries continue to be challenged by Chinese foreign direct investment.
Customer due diligence is a high priority for both global and national regulators.
From June 2013 there will be increased compliance obligations for wind farms and other renewables generators.
The bans on conflicted remuneration, volume-based shelf space fees and asset-based fees on borrowed amounts commence on 1 July 2013.
The ongoing ramifications of the LIBOR scandal for global banks suggests that resolution of the problems for banks caused by the scandal have a way to go.
As Australia’s most recent economic boom slows down, there has been an increased prevalence of major disputes.
Employers should review their dismissal procedures and guarantee of annual earnings arrangements following the annual increase to the Fair Work Act’s high-income threshold.
This article provides a short refresher on contract execution by companies.
In the construction industry, it is common for principals to appoint a third-party EPCM contractor to carry out engineering and procurement and to manage construction of major projects.
From 2014 some areas selected for the annual Acreage Release will be considered through a competitive cash bidding process.
PRC insurance companies are being encouraged to invest offshore in a number of countries, including Australia.
Path towards a more streamlined merger control system: MOFCOM publishes draft rules on merger remedies
MOFCOM has published draft rules on merger remedies.
This article describes some key points about the Realisation Procedure.
On 22 April 2013, the SPC released its annual press release regarding the judicial protection of intellectual property and model cases of 2012.
Doing business in China, companies frequently have to handle various types of crises, including those caused by mass labour disputes with employees.
On 5 June 2013, the Australian Law Reform Commission released a discussion paper for its Copyright and the Digital Economy inquiry.
ASIC has finalised its amended regulatory guidance on the content requirements for registered managed investment schemes.