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Where next for IR reform?

We take a look at the challenges facing the Federal Government’s workplace reform agenda over the next 18 months.

John Tuck, Professor Anthony Forsyth   |   Watch Video

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What are reasonable legal costs?

How do you determine whether legal fees are reasonable?

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Marketing functional foods in Australia - How to navigate the rules on health and therapeutic claims

Five steps for advertising and labelling functional foods in Australia.

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Watch out for even broader reach of UK laws - The UK looks to create an offence of failing to prevent economic crimes

Companies doing business in the UK could soon be liable for the fraudulent activities of employees.

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To B or not to B… Benefit Corporations redefining business success

Can a US-style Benefit Corporation model work in Australia?

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Priorities for President Jokowi

What are some of the challenges facing Indonesia’s new president?

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Victorian Inquiries Bill is a signal to business: Be ready to respond

Governments are increasingly using public inquiries to respond to difficult issues, and this has implications for private business and not-for-profits.

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From Down Under - The Inverted Bid Model - New procurement bidding models for infrastructure projects

The Inverted Bid Model is specifically designed to support long term equity investors (such as superannuation funds) investing in infrastructure projects.

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Thinking about a break up? Five lessons to make your demerger a success

What does it take to make a demerger successful? Our five key lessons will help you navigate the path to a successful break up.

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Changes to back door listing rules

ASX will now consider waiving the 20 cent rule in certain circumstances relating to back door listings.

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