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By Matthew Farnsworth
ASIC Consultation Paper 315 also implements a foreign licensing regime and introduces new funds management relief.
By Catherine Whitby, Jim Lennon
Key takeaways from the Discussion Paper on Data Sharing along with thoughts as to what they might mean for agencies.
By Georgina Hey
Article discusses two proposals after a review of nutrition labelling for sugar.
By Jon Ireland, Matthew Farnsworth, Anjelica Balis
Update on the financial services industry & discusses implementation of recommendations after the Royal Commission.
By Julie Brown, Tom Young, Tammy Tang
Article outlines & discusses the new measures to assist with identifying rogue pilots who evade responsibility after a crash.
By Matthew Ellis
Ensuring employees follow IT security procedures and providing comprehensive training will help to reduce cyber risks.
By Helen Macpherson, Isobel Taylor
Despite the symbolic win for Indigenous artists, a recent case highlights the inadequacies of the current laws in this area.
By Claire Forster, Rachel Murphy
Background to the RRO and summary of changes it imposes and the associated mechanisms for their implementation.
By Sarah Ralph
This High Court decision found the public servant's public political comments were in breach of the APS Code of Conduct.
Banks must prepare to navigate an increasingly challenging landscape as non-financial risks come in for more scrutiny.
By Elisa de Wit, Laura Jayne Waterford, Francis Meehan
Article discusses consultation paper which aims to provide updated advice so that obligations under Paris Agreement can be met.
By Kelly Davies, Paul Lingard, Brett Thornton
This article is a short overview of some of the key observations and recommendations for the National Hydrogen Strategy.
By Jon Ireland, Matthew Farnsworth, Cate Shirley
This monthly financial newsletter includes summaries and notices of new developments by both ASIC and APRA.
This article includes the growth of the Australian cannabis market and managing the associated money laundering risks.
By Helen Macpherson, Harrison Ottaway
The court clarified the rights of patentees to control or limit what could be done with a patented product after sale.
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