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As the result of a recommendation from Minter Ellison, the Department of Veterans’ Affairs instructed French law firm Soulier AARPI on French law land acquisition, zoning and construction issues in relation to theSir John Monash Centre.
Guidance on issues in Australia plus legislative developments and interesting court decisions in other countries.
Minter Ellison has announced the appointment of Adrian Rich as a special counsel in its real estate practice. Based in Brisbane, Rich joins the firm today from Herbert Smith Freehills.
On 12 May 2014, the State Administration of Foreign Exchange issued the Rules on the Foreign Exchange Administration for Cross-border Guarantee.
The NDRC of China has issued the Administrative Measures for the Verification and Approval and Filing of Foreign Investment Projects.
Keeping track of the rapid and inter-related changes and developments in the BEPS Action Plan can be a real challenge for business.
The Supreme Court of New Zealand has allowed appeals brought by four former directors of Lombard Finance & Investments against sentences imposed on them by the Court of Appeal.
The Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) does not require the person registering a security interest to file the underlying security agreement with the PPSR.
Could one of our big agencies, such as the Australian Taxation Office or the Department of Social Services, be liable for security breaches?
The High Court of Australia handed down a significant decision late last year in the ACCC’s prosecution of telecommunications services provider TPG.
The Home Building Amendment Bill 2014 (NSW) ensures increased levels of consumer protection and facilitates builders in completing their work.
Minter Ellison’s Andrew Rentoul has predicted more infrastructure deals across Australia along the lines of the successful leasing of the Port of Newcastle by the NSW government.
The Fair Work Commission has handed down its first substantive decision under the new anti-bullying laws.
The Australian government released its 2014–15 Budget on 13 May. Karen Payne and Adrian Varrasso highlight a number of issues that will affect corporate Australia.
The Federal Circuit Court has found that a portrait photography business constructively dismissed an employee, Ms Sagona, for reasons including her pregnancy.
It is just possible that solving global poverty may prove easier than securing a global response to climate change.
The AEMC has released a consultation paper on a proposed rule change to the good-faith rebidding provisions in the National Electricity Rules.
The new privacy regime is in full swing, with the pressure on organisations to demonstrate substantial compliance with the new laws.
Full Federal Court sets aside franchise agreement for breach of disclosure obligations under the Franchising Code
On 1 May 2014, the Full Court of the Federal Court of Australia handed down its appeal decision in SPAR Licensing Pty Ltd v MIS QLD Pty Ltd.
In July 2013, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) released the Action Plan on Base Erosion and Profit Shifting.