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The evil of the grapevine - Defamed on social media

If defamatory allegations about you spread on Twitter or Facebook, what options do you have for recourse?

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Trade with Indonesia: Navigating the noodle bowl

Trade between Australia and Indonesia offers much promise but finding your way through the plethora of trade agreements is not simple.

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ASX needs a non-voting ordinary share class to avoid becoming a dinosaur exchange

ASX’s prohibition on issuing non-voting ordinary shares is out of touch with what is permissible on overseas exchanges.

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The key to prolonging patent royalty streams

Australian policy makers should amend the Patents Act to account for the growing trend of ‘patent pooling’.

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POE investors - Travelling a thousand miles in one day

2014 looks to be the year Chinese privately-owned investors will emerge as a force in cross border M&A.

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Is that search warrant valid? Give me back my documents and computer files

It is always worth a look at the fine print to see if a ground for challenging a warrant exists.

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Regulating the outlaw: The Bitcoin bandit

How should governments respond to the Bitcoin phenomenon and other cryptocurrencies?

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What you should know about ‘reasonable endeavours’ after Verve

A successful High Court appeal reiterates the importance of clearly defining ‘reasonable endeavours’ obligations.

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