On 17 August 2019, the High Court unanimously held that legal professional privilege could only be used to resist requests for production, rather than as a springboard to obtain an injunction preventing their use.
Australia builds its open data economy: Consumer Data Right passes parliament
Pacific Pioneer: Papua New Guinea accedes to the New York Convention
NSW Court of Appeal clarifies approach to aggregation clauses
Crowd-sourced funding in Australia: a viable alternative?
TGIF 16 August 2019: Federal Court instructs that liquidators should appoint a receiver when dealing with an insolvent corporate trustee
The ACCC Digital Platforms Inquiry Final Report: is media law reform destined for the too hard basket once again?
Form then substance? Merger regulation of tech deals after the ACCC Digital Platforms Inquiry
Mining Sector Update: August Edition
Developers beware: 'amber light' approach rejected for NSW planning appeals
Smoke but no fire? Competition enforcement after the ACCC Digital Platforms Inquiry
‘Informed choice’: ACCC Digital Platforms Inquiry Final Report recommends significant data privacy reforms
Changes to South Australia’s retail leasing legislation: what you need to know
Will ASIC stub out private equity takeovers?
Readying loan documents in a world without LIBOR
A blueprint for re-regulating the tech sector: ACCC Digital Platforms Inquiry Final Report released
Australian franchising sector reforms: new taskforce established
TGIF 2 August 2019: Putting to rest questions on the realisation of trust assets
TGIF 26 July 2019: Removal Refusal: New South Wales Supreme Court refuses an application to remove liquidators
A shake-up for superannuation? The APRA Capability Review
GAR Know-How Construction Arbitration 2019: Australia
Property and tax law in Victoria: key 2019 developments
Corrs High Vis: Episode 37 – Cladding Safety Victoria: the Victorian Government's $600m defective cladding solution
De-cladding Victoria: Andrews Government announces new agency to address the combustible cladding crisis
TGIF 19 July 2019: Firm Restraint: Bankrupt stalls examination to restrain liquidators’ solicitors from acting