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Davies Collison Cave
Full Federal Court allows appeal by Melbourne City Council and the Brisbane City Council relating to council approvals for "payphone cabinets".
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
After a significant delay in a severely disrupted year, the Victorian Government delivered its State Budget for 2020-21.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
With a safe roof over their heads, people can start to ground themselves, consider options, and plan for the future.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Each level of government in Australia imposes its own taxes – Federal, State and Territory, and Local Governments.
Hammond Taylor
The government needs to balance providing economic stimulus via migration and public demands to put Australians first.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The 2020-21 budget demonstrates a clear commitment from the government to defence against foreign and domestic threats.
McCullough Robertson
There are difficulties for a proponent in challenging the power of local governments to levy & collect infrastructure charges.
Holding Redlich
These federal changes in funding have been welcomed by Australia's free-to-air commercial television broadcasters.
Bahamas
Bahamas Financial Services Board
On July 6th, 2020 parliamentarians debated and passed a compendium of bills aimed at enhancing governance and the transparency in The Bahamas' monetary policy and fiscal responsibility framework.
Brazil
Koury Lopes Advogados
No início de janeiro, foi iniciado o processo de elaboração do 5º Plano de Ação Nacional no âmbito da parceria para o Governo Aberto (Open Government Partnership - "OGP") ...
PFM Associados
Concluding our series of articles addressing Brazil's economic/political development, and in contrast with our previous couple of publications.
PFM Associados
For those Brazilians that were grown in Brazil during the 80's, our so-called "lost decade", this comes with bitter feelings the fact that 2020 will mark the closure of another lost decade,...
Canada
Stikeman Elliott LLP
On February 19, 2021, the Alberta Utilities Commission (the "Commission") released its Final Report reflecting the findings from its Distribution System Inquiry (the "Inquiry").
Bennett Jones LLP
The Supreme Court of Canada heard one appeal in January and will hear seven more in February and March that may interest the business community or organizations facing civil litigation
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
On November 24, 2020, the Bank for International Settlements ("BIS") released its report on the risks, potential and regulation of stablecoins (the "Report"), discussing the benefits, risks and regulatory considerations in respect of privately issued stablecoins.
Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
Across Canada, companies are facing a host of environmental challenges, including sustainability, regulatory obligations and other issues. In episode 12 of our Continuity podcast, ...
Gowling WLG
Elsie Blackshaw-Crosby, Ben Stansfield, Liane Langstaff and Andrew Litchfield will discuss recent climate change litigation developments across the UK, Europe North America and identify future trends that could impact businesses at home and abroad.
Torkin Manes LLP
One of the key factors a Court has to take into account when interpreting legislation is the Act's purpose.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
In April 2019, Alberta elected the United Conservative Party (UCP). The UCP promptly announced it would undo the prior government's plan to switch Alberta's electricity market, from an...
McMillan LLP
On September 1, 2020, Alberta's Bill 29: Local Authorities Election Amendment Act, 2020 came into force. Its intent is to level the playing field for candidates of local, municipal and school board...
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