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Email negotiations - Beware, you might already be bound!

Courts are ruling that email negotiations create binding contracts and businesses are finding themselves caught.

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A stitch in time saves nine: How excluding consequential loss could save you millions

Now is the time to ensure consequential loss is excluded from your contracts.

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China’s economy: Whatever is going on?

The reaction of international markets to China’s stock market volatility says more about the precarious state of global confidence than China’s economy.

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Three tips to prevent the Australian Consumer Law rendering your supply contract terms unenforceable

Check your compliance today!

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Liquidated damages post Andrews - A double-edged sword

New guidance on the potential for liquidated damages clauses to be struck out as penalties.

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The WTO Agreement on Government Procurement: A world of opportunity or a threat to local business?

Australian businesses will have legally-binding access to government procurement markets worth some USD1.7 trillion if Australia accedes to the WTO Agreement on Government Procurement.

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Local governments will have more confidence in differential rating after new Court decision

A decision of Queensland’s Supreme Court dismissing a landowner’s challenge to a differential rate has important implications for local governments and ratepayers.

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