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Colin Biggers & Paisley
This prudential standard focusses on the preservation of the financial institution by managing the impact of COVID-19.
Cooper Grace Ward
You should become familiar with the many responsibilities of a voluntary board member of a not-for-profit school.
Hogan Lovells
This guide is intended to supplement our popular Foreign Investment in Australia guide and has been drafted with the intention of providing an overview of the specific…
Herbert Smith Freehills
In 2019, ASIC and ASX have had a continued focus on enhancing the integrity and corporate governance practices of entities seeking to conduct IPOs, with ASX's amendments to the Listing ...
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
An upward trend in penalties being ordered by courts for breaches of the Australian Consumer Law seems to be emerging.
Holley Nethercote commercial & financial services lawyers
List of common mistakes that licensees make and how to avoid them. Note that many points are applicable to AFSL holders.
McCullough Robertson
Wage theft is a key focus area for the Fair Work Ombudsman, so employers must be aware of underpayments and penalties.
Carroll & O'Dea
Companies must improve their approach to encourage disclosure and to ensure the safety and anonymity of a whistleblower.
Marque Lawyers
Many businesses must investigate their supply chain to prepare and lodge a Modern Slavery Statement by December 2020.
Marque Lawyers
Many businesses who buy and sell goods in China now hope force majeure clauses can protect them from non-performance.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
If you are a MS reporting entity, ensure that responsibility is clearly defined and accountabilities are in place.
Holding Redlich
When considering safety, HVNL compliance is a major corporate governance issue for all businesses in the supply chain.
Herbert Smith Freehills
ASIC has released Consultation Paper 325 Product design and distribution obligations (CP 325), on its proposals for guidance on the design and distribution obligations in Pt 7.8A
Hazelbrook Legal
Updated laws will require certain companies to have in place a compliant whistleblower policy before January 1, 2020.
Recent amendments to the Corporations Act 2001 have expanded responsibilities and obligations relating to whistleblowers
Bartier Perry
Companies tackling the use of forced labour in international supply chains face challenges in adapting to these new laws.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
The second Reputational Risk Australia report revealed that organisations have grown more sensitive to workplace risk.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Governments can encourage businesses to develop appropriate policies and processes for effective human rights compliance.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Cyber security and privacy compliance risks have become important concerns for buyers and sellers in M&A transactions.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Major organisations are becoming both more sensitive to reputational risk and more willing to identify its key drivers.
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