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12 May 2023
Australian Federal Budget 2023-24: Cyber and Privacy Initiatives
As the dust settles on the 2023-24 federal budget, we thought it would be useful to see how the Government is following through on prioritising Australia’s cyber resilience. Given cyber risks manifest in various ways, budget initiatives targeted just to cyber security areas may not capture the full...
11 May 2023
Corporate Debt and Treasury Report 2023
Despite economic challenges, corporate treasury teams remain resilient and alive to new opportunities For the tenth consecutive year, our Corporate Debt team has surveyed and interviewed treasurers and other senior finance professionals over 80 large UK listed corporates (and equivalents) for our...
10 May 2023
ALL CHANGE – UPDATE: REFORMS TO ALMOST ALL AREAS OF EU ANTITRUST
Our experts break down the key milestones as EU pushes through comprehensive overhaul of competition regime Over the next 12 – 18 months businesses will need to contend with a "once-in-a-generation" reset of most aspects of antitrust policy and enforcement. Dominating the headlines have been bold...
01 May 2023
New Fair Work Commission powers to end ‘intractable’ enterprise bargaining require a complete re-think on strategy in Australia
The Fair Work Act’s new intractable bargaining regime represents one of the most significant changes in enterprise bargaining in Australia in decades. It will turn the enterprise bargaining system on its head and the enterprise bargaining strategies and tactics of the past will no longer be...
26 April 2023
Completion of sale contracts where the law changes: what it means to “carry on the business in the usual and ordinary course”
In a recent decision, the High Court has considered the proper construction of a common pre-completion obligation in sale agreements to "carry on the business in the usual and ordinary course as regards its nature, scope and manner".