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Social media: Private life and work life collides again

The latest high profile case about freedom of speech on social media has lessons for all employees and their employers.

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Better times ahead for unconventional gas in NSW and Victoria?

Unconventional gas in NSW and Victoria needs community support, not just government approval.

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Gasfields Commission’s register of conduct and compensation agreements: Good idea or not?

Will public disclosure of conduct and compensation agreements open a big can of worms?

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A passport to growth - A step closer to an Asia Region Funds Passport

Australia will join New Zealand, South Korea and Singapore in signing a statement of intent to formalise the Passport.

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Protect your innovative technology-driven methods: Federal Court clarifies scope of IP protection

A recent case has confirmed that computer-implemented methods can be patentable.

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What does real tax reform look like?

Australia faces tough decisions it can’t keep putting off.

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Quick guide to establishing a presence in Indonesia

Indonesia is a vast emerging market. What are the choices for establishing a presence there?

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Investing in the Australian petroleum industry

The Australian resources sector is moving into a new era, with the future of the industry marked by major emerging opportunities in the petroleum industry.

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Are there ‘real changes’ ahead for Australia’s mining sector?

Tony Abbott has declared Australia is ‘open for business’ but will the Coalition’s promises translate to real change?

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Concerning mining lease objections - How to deal with ‘free hit’ objections to mining lease applications

Objections to mining leases with no evidence or only unsubstantiated concerns carry little force but cost applicants both time and money.

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Humanities at Work

For 2000 years since Plato's Academy, we have been contemplating questions pertaining to who we are. Fundamental questions at the heart of humanities that we still wrestle with today.

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