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Don’t be caught out in your M&A negotiations by bid rigging or misleading conduct

Those involved in M&As should be on full alert as more allegations of bid-rigging emerge.

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The pressure cooker that is Australia’s commercial property market

Development sites are scarcer and the risks are getting higher.

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Federal Budget 2013-14: A tough one for business, especially multinational business

What are the most significant tax measures that will impact the business bottom line?

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BYO biomass - Bioenergy production in the agribusiness sector

Agricultural by-products are tipped to become a pivotal source of renewable energy in the future.

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Changes to the JORC Code - A new world order in resources reporting?

From December 2013, listed resources stocks must change their reporting of exploration results, minerals and ore reserves.

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Tips for Australian brand owners - Recent case law on maintaining your trade mark registrations in Europe

Australian brand owners that have registered trade marks in Europe must heed a recent decision on the continuing requirement of trade mark use.

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Constitutional recognition of local government a much-needed reform

Local governments must be recognised in the Constitution to ensure their ongoing financial security. But don’t bet on a successful referendum.

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IP for free? A ‘Quirky’ idea that reinvents innovation

Companies spend billions protecting their IP, but now one of the world’s largest is bucking the trend and giving free access to some of its patents.

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Drones and driverless trucks and LHDs - Automation is the future of Australian mining

The automated future of mining is here, but beware the commercial risks that arise with new technologies.

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A fairer fire levy in Victoria? Not so for commercial property owners and their tenants

Victoria’s new fire levy aims to be a fair regime for all property owners, but it could prove more costly for owners and tenants of large commercial and industrial buildings.

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Infrastructure early stage tax losses - Welcome reform but issues remain

The draft legislation on tax loss incentives for infrastructure projects is welcome, but gaps remain.

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Striking the balance: Financing PPPs with government contributions

How can governments maximise cost savings while retaining the risk transfer and performance incentives associated with private finance?

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