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Privacy law changes start on 12 March 2014

If you’re not ready for the privacy changes, here are five tips to reduce your risk.

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Directors' duties - Insolvent trading: Five rules to deal with a company in financial difficulty

Directors of companies facing financial difficulty must avoid a ‘head in the sand’ mentality.

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Navigating Australian admiralty law: The ability to claim against and arrest a ship in Australian waters

Australia’s admiralty law offers aggrieved parties a unique and powerful remedy to recover their loss and damage.

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Coalition government re-ignites superannuation governance debate

The government’s new discussion paper threatens more reform of the superannuation industry. But is now the right time?

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The need for speed: Is fast track arbitration suitable for your dispute?

It is often a case of ‘more haste, less speed’ before launching into fast track arbitration.

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Construction industry arbitration decisions - Should they be public?

Publically available arbitral decisions may lead to fewer disputes ending in litigation.

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First you get the money

Recent announcements by the Chinese government confirm the importance of private Chinese investors to Australia.

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Contracting in Indonesia: Remember ABC

What should Australian businesses remember when contracting in Indonesia?

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Education in Indonesia: Opportunities open for Australia

Indonesia’s decision to open its higher education market offers promise for Australian providers.

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Will an EU-US free trade agreement be the last straw for Australian manufacturing?

Australia will be a clear loser if the EU-US Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership becomes a reality.

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Is there a better alternative to liquidated damages on construction projects?

Incentive schemes encourage contractors to achieve early completion.

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