The Queensland Supreme Court has confirmed that litigation funding agreements in class actions are lawful and accord with the public policy Queensland’s class action regime.
Significant changes ahead for the building and construction industry
NT toughens its electoral funding laws
Is the ASX becoming the new NASDAQ? How growth-stage tech companies are finding a warm welcome down under
Mining Sector Update: October Edition
High Court clarifies availability of quantum meruit following repudiation of a building contract
Is Australia’s new whistleblower protection regime whistling against the wind?
A new record: Federal Court orders A$26.5m penalty against company for breaches of the Australian Consumer Law
TGIF 11 October 2019: The mythical legal phoenix: Court asks who will really benefit from the restructure?
High Court rules that a state authority cannot refuse to register a building practitioner registered in another state
GDPR one year on
‘Informed choice’: significant data privacy reforms on the horizon for Australia
Preparing for a world without LIBOR: key considerations for loan market participants
Financial investor liability for portfolio company actions: a shifting landscape
When worlds collide: navigating M&A and restructuring in volatile global markets
The thin edge of the wedge? Legal professional privilege developments in the Australian tax sector
Intellectual property in the boardroom: risks and opportunities
New directions in Australian antitrust enforcement in digital markets
Risky business: why organisations doing business in Australia should re-evaluate their approach to risk management and compliance
Where next for New Acland?
A catalytic effect: inbound investment in PNG set to rise following embrace of international arbitration
The Asset Management Review Eighth Edition: Australia
TGIF 27 September 2019: Double proofed, maybe – Queensland Supreme Court advises liquidators on proofs of debt
Managing your information assets the ‘APRA-opriate’ way: APRA’s Prudential Standard CPS 234 on Information Security
A lost opportunity? Full Federal Court holds that mere ‘abstract ideas’ using ‘generic computer technology’ lack patentability