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The Bank of International Settlements recently reported that renminbi (RMB) had for the first time become one of the top 10 most-traded international currencies.
Registration fees and levies under the Offshore Petroleum and Greenhouse Gas Storage Act 2006 (Cth) (OPGGS Act) have recently undergone changes.
From 1 January 2014, a person who reasonably believes they have been bullied at work will be able to apply directly to the Fair Work Commission for orders to deal with the bullying.
Construction arbitrations have been known to take several years to resolve. In this article, Dr Mark Hoyle explains how you can limit your exposure and lower your risk.
Joe Hockey and Arthur Sinodinos have announced that the federal government will not proceed with a number of the 92 unlegislated tax and superannuation initiatives.
The Queensland government passed new laws this week designed to reduce costs and red tape whilst shortening the dispute process under the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT).
The Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Amendment Bill 2013 has been introduced into NSW Parliament.
The International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA) has published model arbitration clauses for use in ISDA agreements.
Industry update: moves to re-establish the ABCC and the government’s plans for Infrastructure Australia
King & Wood Mallesons has released its latest industry update, which looks at moves to re-establish the ABCC and the government’s plans for Infrastructure Australia.
The position that any delay in bringing a security for costs application is a factor that bears considerable weight in the exercise of the court’s discretion to grant such an order.
In a judgment dated 25 September 2013, the NSW Court of Appeal has found that a builder owed a duty to exercise reasonable care in the construction of a building.
China’s growing share of world trade and the size of its economy mean that what happens within China is directly relevant to the rest of the world.
The High Court considered issues of inadvertent disclosure in Expense Reduction Analysts Group Pty Ltd v Armstrong Strategic Management and Marketing Pty Ltd.
On 1 November 2013, the HKIAC’s new administered rules came into effect. The rules should enhance efficiency while maintaining HKIAC’s ‘light touch’ administrative approach.
A recent Court of Appeal decision clarifies the Singapore Court’s approach towards the enforceability of an arbitral award.
For many years, directors (and other executive officers) have faced deemed liability under Queensland law.
Businesses and brand owners should make sure that their trademarks are not registered as domain names in the new spaces by unscrupulous operators or competitors.
The Full Court of the Federal Court has allowed the commissioner of taxation’s appeal in FCT v Resource Capital Fund IV LP  FCAFC 118.
The law surrounding consequential loss remains complex and unclear following a recent decision in the Western Australian Supreme Court.
The DMP has highlighted that it will focus on investigating serious incidents with a view to potential prosecutions and 10 key areas in the 2013–14 year.