It is likely that Australian boards will increasingly look to AI and machine learning to improve the quality of their decision making. But can an algorithm run a company instead of a director?
‘A day is a day’: personal/carer's leave in the wake of Mondelez v AMWU
Corrs High Vis: Episode 38 – Sustainability in practice
New laws to affect businesses that issue gift cards
TGIF 13 September 2019: Trans-Tasman commingling – a lesson on ex parte applications for cross-border insolvency hearings
Mining Sector Update: September Edition
Annualised salaries and set-off clauses: are they worth the trouble?
ACCC pushes for ‘general safety provision’ by end of 2019
TGIF 6 September 2019: Warning from the Mothership: requirements for group preference claim proceedings
The Franchising Taskforce Issues Paper: a step closer to reform of the franchise sector
Corrs Projects Update: Q3 2019
Call for submissions: an opportunity to shape NSW’s anti-slavery framework
Environmental offences: NSW Criminal Court of Appeal decision broadens the definition of 'waste'
Public servants all atwitter: High Court has its say on “free speech”
Changes ahead for the airline industry? Productivity Commission releases Economic Regulation of Airports inquiry draft report
Did the Banking Royal Commission awaken the sleeping giants? ASIC and APRA publish Corporate Plans 2019-23
Could proposed amendments to IP laws change how governments can use patented inventions under ‘Crown use’ rights?
TGIF 30 August 2019: Done Deed: Court rejects application to void or terminate DOCA
Proposed changes to short-term rental accommodation in NSW: what do industry participants need to be aware of?
TGIF 23 August 2019: Constructing viable claims: when will a special purpose liquidator be necessary?
Why waste service procurement is becoming more complex, and what to do about it
Key IP enforcement tool likely to be abolished: time to act now
Amendments to the NSW security of payment regime: what you need to know
ACCC sets its sights on ad tech: Digital Platforms Inquiry Final Report to have major implications across the stack
A shield not a sword: High Court sides with ATO in ‘Paradise Papers’ privilege squabble