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The thin edge of the wedge? Legal professional privilege developments in the Australian tax sector
Commissioner of Taxation announced that ATO will take a tougher stance on challenging claims of legal professional privilege.
Australia
9 Oct 2019
2
New directions in Australian antitrust enforcement in digital markets
The Digital Platforms Inquiry's final report foreshadows a sustained escalation in ACCC's scrutiny of digital platforms.
Australia
4 Oct 2019
3
Financial investor liability for portfolio company actions: a shifting landscape
It is increasingly necessary for financial investors to examine the risks of controlling entity and affiliate liability.
Australia
4 Oct 2019
4
Preparing for a world without LIBOR: key considerations for loan market participants
Regulators and industry bodies are urging financial market participants to prepare for when LIBOR will cease in 2021.
Australia
3 Oct 2019
5
Is the ASX becoming the new NASDAQ? How growth-stage tech companies are finding a warm welcome down under
The ASX is now being used by tech companies for a future dual listing on other exchanges or as a long-term listing venue.
Australia
3 Oct 2019
6
Intellectual property in the boardroom: risks and opportunities
The board has an integral role to play in ensuring that the company manages and protects its intangible assets like IP.
Australia
3 Oct 2019
7
A catalytic effect: inbound investment in PNG set to rise following embrace of international arbitration
PNG's accession to the New York Convention and proposed arbitration reforms considerably enhance its value to investors
Australia
3 Oct 2019
8
Informed choice: significant data privacy reforms on the horizon for Australia
The ACCC could pursue enforcement action under competition or consumer protection laws to address data privacy issues.
Australia
3 Oct 2019
9
Risky business: why organisations doing business in Australia should re-evaluate their approach to risk management and compliance
Recent developments have driven organisations to reassess culture and the robustness of internal policies and processes.
Australia
3 Oct 2019
10
When worlds collide: navigating M&A and restructuring in volatile global markets
In the current global and domestic markets, few things are clear other than that volatility and change are ever-present.
Australia
3 Oct 2019
11
TGIF: Double proofed, maybe – Queensland Supreme Court advises liquidators on proofs of debt
Complex situations, where matters are adversarial, warrant judicial advice, but not for deciding the specific dispute.
Australia
2 Oct 2019
12
Managing your information assets the APRA-opriate way: Prudential Standard CPS 234 on Information Security
Regulators have begun laying down the law when it comes to data management, cyber resilience & information security practices.
Australia
2 Oct 2019
13
Where next for New Acland coal mine Stage 3 expansion project?
The Land Court's decision was ruled invalid because of apprehended bias, so New Acland faces another lengthy hearing.
Australia
2 Oct 2019
14
A lost opportunity? Full Federal Court holds that mere abstract ideas using generic computer technology lack patentability
This decision leaves companies in an uncertain position about their ability to obtain patents to protect key software.
Australia
30 Sep 2019
15
NSW Independent Planning Commission refuses development consent for Bylong Valley coal mine
The case highlights challenges of approving new mines in areas of particular scenic, cultural and heritage significance.
Australia
26 Sep 2019
16
When is it too late to commence proceedings to recover overdue rates?
The article summarises this decision and considers the implications for councils looking to recover overdue rates.
Australia
26 Sep 2019
17
A turning of the tide: interlocutory injunctions in Australian pharma patent cases
The court has fundamentally shifted its approach to issuing interlocutory injunctions to prevent the launch of generic products.
Australia
25 Sep 2019
18
TGIF: Bondi ponzi : investor funds rescued and found to be held on trust
Recent case considered whether funds held in bank accounts of failed ponzi scheme be returned to investors or paid to creditors.
Australia
25 Sep 2019
19
Hold the phone – ASIC might be listening! The government consults on new ASIC powers
Key features of draft legislation which aims at empowering ASIC re search warrants, access to telecommunications etc
Australia
24 Sep 2019
20
AI in the boardroom: could robots soon be running companies?
Responsibility for corporate decisions must continue to rest with a tangible being who is answerable to shareholders.
Australia
23 Sep 2019
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