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Federal Budget 2014-15: The Government delivers on austerity but not genuine tax reform

Federal Treasurer, the Hon. Joe Hockey MP, has delivered his keenly anticipated first budget. So what are the most significant measures that will impact the business bottom line?

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Competition regulation in Indonesia: Transact globally, comply locally

How international M&A activity might require compliance with Indonesia’s evolving competition regulation.

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Courts remind lawyers they have skin in the litigation game following the introduction of the Civil Procedure Act

Lawyers can be punished for breaching their overarching obligations under the CPA.

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Is risk the ‘new black’?: The new ASX Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations

The ASX Corporate Governance Council has joined other regulators around the globe in adopting a low risk stance to governance and regulation.

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Foreign investment in Indonesia: The more things change…

Who are the winners and losers from Indonesia’s new foreign investment regulation?

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When “insolvency remoteness” is closer than you think

Limited recourse provisions to protect borrowers and financiers against insolvency risks may be weaker due to a recent court case.

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Proxy advisers - In the interests of market integrity, it’s time for reform

Concerns over the role of proxy advisers and their influence on investor voting behaviour is warranted.

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ALRC's 'Invasions of privacy' reforms: Protecting privacy at the expense of freedom of expression

A proposed privacy change may stop media defendants being able to use public interest as a defence for invasions of privacy.

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Protecting major sporting events held in Australia - Legislating against ambush marketing

A Bill that increases protection against businesses that free load off major sporting events is timely and welcome.

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Proposed removal of 100-member rule - Are its nine lives finally up?

The 100 member rule has proven to be surprisingly resilient despite being little more than an expensive distraction.

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Policeman or post box? The role of facility agents in Australia after the Torre Asset case

It pays to be precise when drafting contractual limitations of what an agent can and cannot do.

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Serious invasions of privacy by the media: ALRC calls for increased media regulator powers

A new proposal would give the ACMA power to award compensation for losses caused by a broadcaster invading an individual’s privacy.

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