Publications

Corrs produce a range of publications to keep you informed on legal developments that may affect your business, industry and environment. Our lawyers are dedicated to sharing their breadth of knowledge and draw from diverse experiences to deliver content that is timely and targeted.

ASIC enforces superannuation entities’ section 29QB disclosure obligations

11 July 2017

ASIC has intervened in relation to 21 superannuation trustees over potential breaches of section 29QB, which requires superannuation funds to disclose Transparency Information on their websites and keep it up to date at all times.

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Tendering with the Commonwealth Government: what does the proposed new procurement legislation mean for you?

11 July 2017

Proposed Commonwealth legislation will give prospective suppliers the right to compensation and injunctions for breaches of the Commonwealth Procurement Rules.

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What is the Collateral damage?

7 July 2017

This week’s TGIF considers Credit Suisse AG, Sydney Branch v Springsure Property Holdings Pty Ltd (in liquidation) (receivers and managers appointed) [2017] QSC 142, in which the court considered whether real property acquired by the guarantor after

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Dismissing On-Hired Employees: A Cautionary Tale

6 July 2017

In Tasmanian Ports Corporation Pty Ltd t/a Tasports v Gee [2017] FWCFB 1714 (18 May 2017), a Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission has clarified the obligations of labour hire employers when dismissing an employee.

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Securing contractual rights destroys mutuality and right to claim set-off

27 June 2017

In an insolvency situation, there are risks in relying upon contractual or statutory set-off where a counterparty has granted security to lenders.

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‘Ban the bag’ and ‘cash for trash’: Queensland’s new waste reduction and recycling laws

26 June 2017

Amendments to Queensland’s waste reduction and recycling laws will introduce both a ban on lightweight plastic bags, and a new beverage container refund scheme.

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Something is better than nothing: court approval of liquidator entering litigation funding agreement

23 June 2017

This week’s TGIF considers In re City Pacific Limited in which the NSW Supreme Court considered whether to approve a liquidator entering into a litigation funding agreement under which the funder would receive a premium of at least 50% of any judgmen

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Industrial Chemicals Bill 2017: A new era of regulation in Australia

23 June 2017

Australia’s chemical industry is about to undergo widespread reform. Most notably the changes include the first move away from cosmetics testing on animals.

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Queensland Supreme Court dismisses challenge to differential rate

19 June 2017

A recent decision by the Supreme Court of Queensland has reaffirmed the broad power of local governments to levy differential general rates.

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SICC Continues to Grow International Construction Law Jurisprudence

16 June 2017

Recently, the Singapore International Commercial Court (SICC) handed down its final decision in Teras Offshore Pte Ltd v Teras Cargo Transport (America) LLC

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