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ASIC’s endgame – understanding the regulator’s new thinking on compulsory powers

Pay suppliers on-time, or pay interest – Commonwealth policy encourages e-invoices

This article was written by Annabel Griffin, Stephen Mason and Jillian KearnsAs part of its overall policy of facilitating timely payment to suppliers, assisting with their cash flow...

03 December 2019

Electing to terminate – how long is a “reasonable time”

The recent decision of the NSW Court of Appeal in Donau Pty Ltd v ASC AWD Shipbuilder Pty Ltd [2019] NSWCA 185 sheds light on how long a...

20 August 2019

ACCC To Examine The Murray Darling Basin Water Markets

The Federal Government has announced that it will direct the ACCC to conduct a market inquiry into the water markets operating in the MDB.

09 August 2019
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No duty owed by government to prevent financial loss to business

In Roo Roofing Pty Ltd & Anor v The Commonwealth of Australia [2019] VSC 331, the Supreme Court of Victoria has refused to find that the Federal Government...

14 June 2019

No longer just a slogan: The Greater Bay Area takes shape

The long-awaited blueprint for China’s Greater Bay Area (GBA) initiative is expected to be unveiled shortly.

01 February 2019
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Challenges ahead: government procurement judicial review law passes Parliament

The Government Procurement (Judicial Review) Bill 2017 passed the Senate on 18 October 2018. It creates significant new rights for suppliers to the Commonweath government.

19 October 2018

Global moves to reduce the future cost of publicly funded medicines

In order to minimise pressure on health spending, regulators around the world are increasingly looking to promote the availability of ‘biosimilars’ - biological products that are highly similar...

05 October 2018
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Smart derivatives contracts: From concept to construction

King & Wood Mallesons and the International Swaps and Derivatives Association, Inc. have published a new whitepaper that sets out practical steps for developing smart derivatives contracts.

04 October 2018
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One step closer: the Government Procurement Judicial Review Bill

The Government Procurement (Judicial Review) Bill 2017 (the Bill) passed the House of Representatives on 19 September 2018. The Bill will shortly be introduced into the Senate.

24 September 2018

Morrison’s Christmas promise: Indonesia-Australia free trade agreement

Australia’s new Prime Minister, Scott Morrison has promised the long awaited Indonesia-Australia free trade agreement by Christmas. The announcement is a good news story for international trade...

05 September 2018

Open Banking & Consumer Data Right – new draft law released

The release of the exposure draft of laws for the Consumer Data Right is the next important step in starting Open Banking in Australia

15 August 2018
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Amendments to the Foreign Influence Transparency Scheme

The dreadfully drafted Foreign Influence Transparency Scheme Bill 2017 (FITS Bill) is to be substantially narrowed in its scope.

15 June 2018

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