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In our current M&A newsletter we focus on a number of relevant developments impacting Australia’s M&A market.Read More | Download PDF
Waive your privilege goodbye: The consequences of not claiming privilege during a public examination
This week’s TGIF considers the Victorian Supreme Court decision of Le Roi Homestyle Cookies Pty Ltd (in liquidation) v Gemmell  VSC 452.Read More
The obligation on employers to consult with employees arises in a number of contexts. It is an obligation that often doesn’t get the focus that it requires.Read More
Recent changes to construction licensing requirements in Queensland should provide welcome relief from the unintended regulatory complications caused by section 42 of the Queensland Building Services Authority Act. Read More
Manning v Bathurst Regional Council (No 2)  NSWLEC 186: A consideration of Wednesbury unreasonableness in the context of notification requirements
The Court has been asked to consider whether the decision by a consent authority not to notify an adjoining land owner of two development applications was ‘manifestly unreasonable’.Read More
Winemakers Federation of Australia v European Commission.Read More
This issue considers the Court’s decision against Zamel’s for “was/now” pricing, the ACCC’s action against Mitsubishi Electric Australia for resale price maintenance and the Court’s finding that APG engaged in illegal door-to-door selling practices.Read More
In this edition, we summarise the Government’s response to 96 unlegislated tax changes, consider the conditions necessary to satisfy the “public offer” withholding tax exemption and examine the recent Federal Court deductibility of outgoings case andRead More | Download PDF
CSG update: Special areas zone, exclusion zones, Gateway Assessment Panel and one-stop shop for environmental approvals
Over the past two months, the NSW Government has introduced a raft of changes that affect the development of the coal seam gas industry in the State.Read More
The significance of mineral resources is now the principal consideration in determining mining proposals - But will this development be short lived?
On 4 November 2013, State Environmental Planning Policy Amendment 2013 came into force.Read More