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Providing strategic advice on expansion structures November 16, 2018

Founded in Bondi Beach in 2012, Bailey Nelson has rapidly grown into a global eyewear retailer and service provider with boutiques in Australia, London, Canada and New Zealand. The strong demand for their products and … Continued

Latest News

Winner of William Ah Ket Scholarship 2019 announced October 9, 2019

Wednesday 9 October 2019 A Victorian lawyer has been named this year’s winner of the William Ah Ket Scholarship. Tienyi Long, a legal and governance officer at Glen Eira City Council in Melbourne, was awarded … Continued

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Final changes to the ASX Listing Rules announced October 15, 2019

On 10 October 2019 the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) released its response to feedback received on its consultation paper ‘Simplifying, clarifying and enhancing the integrity and efficiency of the ASX listing rules’, together with the … Continued

  • Under the Influence

    Foreign influence remains a key issue for the Australian Government in 2019, following the release of ASIO’s 2018 report on national security and the introduction of the Foreign Influence Transparency Scheme Act 2018 (Cth) (the … Continued

  • UPDATE: changes to Victoria’s environmental protection legislation

    As previously reported, Victoria’s EPA, and the environmental protection legislation it administers, are in the midst of major change. The significance of the changes have been variously described by the EPA as “a transformation” and … Continued

  • Cyber Incident Management Plan

    Last month the Victorian Government released its Cyber Incident Management Plan (Plan). The Plan applies to all Victorian Public Sector bodies (Victorian Government organisations), and details the responsibilities of Victorian Government organisations in managing cyber … Continued

  • NSW Minister has confirmed the NSW Modern Slavery Act is under review and could be canned

    The confusion and uncertainty surrounding the NSW Modern Slavery Act looks set to be clarified with the relevant NSW Minister referring the NSW legislation to the Standing Committee on Social Issues for review. We have been assisting … Continued

  • Home care pricing updates

    A suite of changes to the aged care regulatory framework come into effect on 1 July 2019. Part of these changes is the introduction of the home care pricing transparency rules under new Division 3B … Continued

  • The future of waste and recycling management in Victoria

    The Victorian Auditor-General has weighed in on the debate about the future of waste and recycling management in Victoria. On 6 June 2019, the Auditor-General tabled his report on a performance audit into ‘Recovering and … Continued

  • OAIC releases Notifiable Data Breaches Scheme 12-month insights report

    The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (the OAIC) has released a report (the NDB Report) which provides interesting and helpful insights into the first year of the Notifiable Data Breaches Scheme (the NDB Scheme). … Continued

  • Code of Conduct no barrier to academic freedom

    The Federal Circuit Court has found that a former James Cook University Professor of Physics was unlawfully sacked by the University after it made a number of findings that he had breached the University’s Code … Continued

  • Federal Budget 2019: $525 million dollar skills package announced for VET sector

    Proposed Federal Government spending for universities did not figure heavily in Josh Frydenberg’s budget speech on Tuesday night. However, it caught our eye that the Government has announced $525 million in spending to upgrade and … Continued

  • Direct registration coming to .au

    It is likely that Australian businesses and users will soon be able to register domain names directly at the second level (eg yourname.au) as well as in the existing second level domains (eg yourname.com.au). This … Continued