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Herbert Smith Freehills
The National Electricity (Victoria) Amendment Bill 2020 (Bill) introduced by the Victorian Government on 18 February seeks...
DLA Piper
A number of major transport projects are presently being delivered under Public Private Partnership (PPP) contracts. In each case,...
Kott Gunning
The right to terminate is integral to a contract, but there can be costly consequences if a party gets this wrong.
Holding Redlich
Queensland is seeking to lead the way in digital government as part of its "Digital1st" digital strategy for 2017 to 2021.
Holding Redlich
New technologies promise lower construction costs, schedule and quality control and improved sustainability solutions.
Marque Lawyers
A Climate Change Act would impact on procurement, funding and likely alter its administrative decision-making process.
Carroll & O'Dea
APS employees are not protected by an implied right to freedom of political expression, so may face disciplinary action.
Holman Webb
APS employees are not protected by an implied right to freedom of political expression, so could face disciplinary action.
STA Law Firm
The public private partnership projects were executed under the law enacted by the Bangladesh Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Act, 2015 which has a framework to develop partnership
Dezan Shira & Associates
Foreign Investors can get involved by providing products and services to the myriad of projects that are being undertaken around the world.
DeHeng Law Offices
Dezan Shira & Associates
Last week, China's central government announced a slew of new measures supporting the operational capacity of trading companies, as well as investment projects, during this critical time of coronavirus control and prevention.
Gowling WLG
Since end of January 2020, the rapid outbreak of COVID-19 and implementation by the Chinese authorities of epidemic control measures to the highest degree have caused havoc in people's daily lives
Mayer Brown
Force majeure provisions are by their nature, negotiated without any knowledge of the precise circumstances in which they will apply.
DeHeng Law Offices
HFG Law & Intellectual Property
On January 12, 2020, the World Health Organization named the outbreak Wuhan Viral Pneumonia as 2019 Novel Coronavirus.
DeHeng Law Offices
Khaitan & Co
COVID-19 has posed unprecedented challenges and in many cases business continuity plans are being put to test for the first time.
Link Legal India Law Services
Dhaval Vussonji & Associates
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