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Holding Redlich appoints Brisbane-based construction, infrastructure and projects partner

Holding Redlich appoints Brisbane-based construction, infrastructure and projects partner

Holding Redlich is pleased to announce the appointment of David Harley as a Partner in the firm’s Queensland practice.

Mr Harley specialises in the development and operation of projects in the energy, resources, transport and infrastructure sectors for owners and contractors.  He has major project experience internationally and in-house, having undertaken long-term secondments in the energy, mining and transport sectors.

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18 January 2021 - Knowledge

NSW Government Bulletin – summer edition

#Government, #Construction & Infrastructure, #Data & Privacy, #Planning, Environment & Sustainability

In this special edition of our fortnightly publication, we look at the crisis that affected government last year and how the circumstances call for change in 2021.

18 January 2021 - Knowledge

Victorian Government Bulletin

#Government

Victoria's Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission, IBAC, welcomed the appointment of Ms Kylie Kilgour as IBAC's new Acting Deputy Commissioner.

05 January 2021 - Knowledge

Expecting the unexpected: Queensland's new enduring powers of attorney

#Private Client Practice

We revisit the latest changes to enduring powers of attorney and advance health directives in Queensland and explain why it is important to plan ahead under these new measures.

22 December 2020 - Knowledge

Tribunal gives hope to small businesses that have been refused JobKeeper

#Taxation – Disputes & Litigation

The Administrative Appeals Tribunal recently overturned the Commissioner of Taxation’s decision to deny a small business access to JobKeeper and substituted a decision that the applicant is entitled to the scheme.

21 December 2020 - Knowledge

Another round of COVID-19 retail leasing and commercial leasing laws

#Property & Real Estate, #Dispute Resolution & Litigation, #COVID-19

NSW’s COVID-19 leasing laws are again being extended. Uncannily, this coincides with increases in community COVID-19 and state borders closing.

18 December 2020 - Knowledge

Emerging from COVID-19: Key insolvency reforms to commence in 2021 for small businesses

#Corporate Restructuring and Insolvency, #Dispute Resolution & Litigation, #COVID-19

From 1 January 2021, small businesses impacted by COVID-19 will be entitled to assisted restructuring and simplified liquidation processes under the federal government’s new Insolvency Reform Act.

16 December 2020 - Knowledge

The slow divorce: How will Brexit impact your EU and UK trade marks?

#Intellectual Property

We discuss the impact of Brexit on EU and UK trade marks in the lead up to 1 January 2021, including an overview of key dates and procedures.

16 December 2020 - Knowledge

Residential Focus

#Property & Real Estate

In this edition, we look at a recent decision where the Appeal Panel takes a broader approach to defining 'major defects'.

16 December 2020 - Knowledge

High Court rules refugees entitled to sue the government for negligence in the Federal Court

#Government

A recent High Court decision confirms refugees and asylum seekers can sue the Commonwealth government for negligence in courts below the High Court.

16 December 2020 - Knowledge

Quarterly update: Corporate crime, anti-bribery and corruption in Australia

#Dispute Resolution & Litigation

We provide a summary of recent legislative reforms, reviews and cases in the corporate crime and anti-bribery sphere over past quarter.

16 December 2020 - Knowledge

Workplace investigations require thorough examination and care

#Workplace Relations & Safety

A recent case demonstrates the need for employers to be thorough when investigating employee misconduct or else they could risk facing litigation expense and reputational damage.

15 December 2020 - Knowledge

Who bears the risk in a trade dispute?

#Transport, Shipping & Logistics, #Dispute Resolution & Litigation

A recent Supreme Court decision highlights how the selection of international trade terms can dramatically affect who bears trade and import risks – which was significantly at the expense of the Australian exporter in this case.

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15 January 21 - In the News

Australia: A peek into the dark web with the proposed new surveillance legislation

Holding Redlich partner Angela Flannery discusses the Australian Government's proposed new surveillance legislation and how it differs from the existing legal framework in this area, alongside how the two may interact, with OneTrust DataGuidance.

07 January 21 - In the News

AAT overturns decision denying sole trader access to JobKeeper

The Administrative Appeals Tribunal has reversed a decision from the Taxation Commissioner that denied a sole trader access to the JobKeeper program.

05 January 21 - In the News

Sole trader triumphs in JobKeeper test case

The Administrative Appeals Tribunal has overturned an ATO decision to deny a sole trader access to JobKeeper after it found that his backdated ABN registration satisfied the integrity rules.