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High Court reinstates Baden-Clay's murder conviction

In a unanimous joint judgment, the Court allowed the Crown’s appeal, overturning the Queensland Court of Appeal’s judgment and restoring the jury’s original conviction of murder.

31 August 2016

Proposed Harper Amendment – Introducing a concerted practices ban

Federal Government confirms its intention to introduce a new prohibition in the CCA banning concerted practices which have the purpose or effect of substantially lessening competition.

05 September 2016

Reforming the cartel provisions post-Harper – a litigation and enforcement perspective

The exposure draft legislation will, if implemented, result in significant changes to Australia’s cartel law regime, as well as the enforcement of Australia’s competition laws more generally.

05 September 2016




Three tax changes which may significantly impact private equity investment into Australia

The new collective investment vehicle (CIV) regime, the foreign resident withholding tax regime and a recent Federal Court decision (Millar) can significantly change PE investment into Australia.

25 August 2016




Offshore hubs – Inaugural ATO guidance for consultation

The Australian Taxation Office releases draft Practical Compliance Guideline with its proposed approach to transfer pricing issues relating to offshore hubs used by Australian resident multinational enterprises.

23 August 2016

What does an effective anti-bribery and corruption programme require?

An in-depth understanding of the unique legal environment in China is essential to fully understand compliance requirements.

10 December 2013

Queensland seeks remedy not known to law

Queensland recently sought an interlocutory declaration that Telstra be required to comply with State laws.

03 December 2013

Insurance 101 – What kind of policy is it?

Insurance 101: A back-to-basics series in which we will deal with some fundamental insurance issues.

10 December 2013

High Court decides: liquidators of insolvent landlords can disclaim leases with the effect of extinguishing the tenant’s leasehold interest

High Court upholds decision that the liquidators of an insolvent landlord can disclaim a lease, thereby extinguishing the tenant’s leasehold interest.

03 December 2013

Ghost of Christmas past – directors’ defence costs and the Bridgecorp litigation

There now appears to be a significant divergence between the position in Australia and New Zealand in relation to statutory charges overriding D&O rights to indemnity for defence...

23 December 2013

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