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Clayton Utz celebrates its partnership with The Wayside Chapel Aboriginal Project
21 Nov 2014
Clayton Utz has actively supported The Wayside Chapel Aboriginal’s Project for the past six years, both financially and in-kind. Last Wednesday 12 November 2014 was a highlight in our partnership when four Clayton Utz partners shared a meal with about forty of Wayside’s Aboriginal visitors and saw first-hand Wayside’s life-changing work in the Kings Cross community.
NSW opens the door to more CSG projects, but more details to come
14 Nov 2014
More coal seam gas projects are likely to be on the way, following the release of the NSW Government's new Gas Policy, but the freeze on new petroleum exploration licences will continue until the full framework is in place.
ACCC proposes to grant conditional authorisation for resale price maintenance for the first time
13 Nov 2014
The ACCC has indicated that it might authorise minimum resale prices if it is satisfied that the potential public benefits will outweigh the public detriment, as Michael Corrigan, Ian Reynolds and Charlotte Gordon explain.
Highlights of the ACCC's consumer protection and product safety activities in 2013-2014
13 Nov 2014
Sara Dennis and Grace Ness survey the ACCC's activity for 2014 and find that while education of consumers and businesses remains a key focus, the ACCC has also undertaken considerable monitoring and enforcement activity.
What's the latest in fighting online piracy?
19 Nov 2014
Tim Webb surveys the latest Australian developments in fighting online piracy.
Farewell to the 100 shareholder rule
13 Nov 2014
After many false starts, it seems that the 100 shareholder rule may finally be headed for the exit, says Geoff Hoffman.
Cartel case founders on lack of connection to Australian market
13 Nov 2014
Cartel conduct must have occurred within a market which, at least partly, was an Australian market – but what is an Australian market? Michael Corrigan looks at the latest developments on this important question.
ASIC's new policy on Employee Incentive Schemes now in operation
13 Nov 2014
Employee incentive schemes will be easier to implement under a new ASIC policy which started on 30 October 2014. David Landy, Stuart Byrne, Brendan Groves, Andrew Hay and Mark Paganin explain the detail.
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