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Coleman Greig Lawyers
The reforms introduce a notifiable national security action triggered by acquiring an interest in national security land.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The NSW government has finalised amendments to key documents relating to contributions received by planning authorities.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
COVID-19 has challenged many businesses to re-think the way in which they engage with their customers and stakeholders.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Property investors should seek professional advice as to the best structure to own property and interests in property.
Hammond Taylor
Concessions will apply to certain 457 and 482 visa holders required to return to Australia to work for their sponsors.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
A legal clearance is required for an adult to work with children in either a paid position or a voluntary role in NSW.
Cooper Grace Ward
Transfer balance cap rules impact many things, including an individual's ability to make non concessional contributions.
Spruson & Ferguson
The APO considered whether an Artificial Intelligence (AI) could be an inventor for an Australian patent application.
IP March
The 11th amendment to China's Criminal Law took effect on March 1, 2021.
AnJie Law Firm
AnJie Law Firm
AnJie Law Firm
AnJie Law Firm
Morrison & Foerster LLP
In the February edition of GC Agenda China, (subscription required), Morrison & Foerster partner Paul McKenzie commented on the National People's Congress Standing Committee's...
CCPIT Patent & Trademark Law Office
As early as May 1, 2014, China's trademark law, which was revised and implemented, has cancelled the visibility requirements for trademark registration, and for the first time...
CCPIT Patent & Trademark Law Office
The key amendments to Article 4 in the PRC Trademark Law amended in 2019 were a concrete and effective endeavor to address the concerns of the trademark right holders and fight against trademark...
Hong Kong
lus Laboris
To chime with the launch of our flagship publication "The Word 2021: Forces for Change", we prepared some special podcasts on key themes related to the future of work.
The Government has notified new rules to regulate intermediaries and digital media.
The Finance Bill, 2021 proposes to amend indirect tax laws with an aim to provide impetus to domestic production, rationalize Customs duty and safeguard measures, and reduce the compliance burden...
To provide an impetus to the housing sector, the Finance Bill, 2021 introduces some amendments aimed at boosting real estate demand and incentivising affordable rental housing.
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