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Get ready: These are the workplace relations issues to watch in 2014-15

Stay ahead of the key changes to workplace relations laws with our guide to the big issues for the coming year.

John Tuck, Jack de Flamingh, Nick Le Mare, Professor Anthony Forsyth   |   Read More

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Do bidder shareholders need a greater say?

ASX listed companies are allowed to undertake large public acquisitions without their own shareholders’ approval. Should this change?

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Australia's Tax Treaty Negotiation Program needs an Asian pivot

Refocusing Australia’s bilateral tax treaty network towards Asia should be a priority for the Abbott government.

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Corruption inquiry into the 2022 World Cup: A Qatar own goal could mean Australia hosts

Qatar could be stripped of its rights to host the World Cup if corruption allegations are substantiated. Could Australia take its place?

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Product disclosure isn’t working: Financial System Inquiry must make financial literacy the priority

The FSI’s call for a new approach to regulating financial products is welcome but it misses the core problem of financial literacy.

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Of activists and activism: Why we have seen a rise in activist funds examining Australian listed entities for opportunities

Which companies are most vulnerable to shareholder activists and what can you do?

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Political donations for the March 2015 New South Wales State Election: Know the rules before digging deep

What you should know before making a political donation in NSW.

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China’s bans on foreign consulting firms are not about cybercrime

China’s policy moves are more about boosting its own consulting and professional services sector than about national security.

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