In a landmark ruling, a narrow majority of the High Court of Australia has endorsed the ‘exhaustion of rights’ principle in preference to the doctrine of ‘implied licence’.
Renewables infrastructure and investment prioritised in NSW energy roadmap
Full Federal Court rules security for costs inappropriate in funded ‘underpayment’ class action
Modernising WA’s approach to Aboriginal cultural heritage
Jewel in the crown or ticking time bomb? Understanding data during an M&A transaction
TGIF 20 November 2020 – Creditors in driver’s seat: Federal Court clarifies scope of examinations by creditors
ICLG Investor-State Arbitration 2021: Australia
TGIF 13 November 2020 – Sweat the small stuff: defect in formation of COI invalidates resolutions
Common fund orders: Full Federal Court considers Brewster
TGIF 6 November 2020 – Illegal phoenix activity? Court confirms it’s difficult to identify - and plead
The growing relevance of human rights in the energy and resources sector
Model work health and safety laws finally coming to WA
Common fund orders bound by Brewster?
TGIF 30 October 2020 – Received wisdom: when will the conduct of a receiver give rise to an inquiry?
Taking the upside: considering alternative restructuring processes in 2020 and beyond
Can government crisis control measures interfere with your foreign investment?
Litigation’s ‘third wave’? Trends following the GFC, Royal Commission and COVID-19
Productivity with flexibility: the ‘silver lining’ of the new workplace
Investing in digital infrastructure post COVID-19
History repeating? Tax challenges and opportunities in the COVID-19 environment
Intellectual property and departing employees: key considerations for business
Maintaining an ESG focus in times of crisis
Why aligning anti-corruption and human rights approaches makes good business sense
Build-to-rent: a (partial) antidote to the impacts of COVID-19?
COVID-19 and renewable energy policy in Australia: the path forward