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13 September 2023

CRTea Podcast Series

Welcome to our CRTea podcast series, which will bring you the latest developments in competition, regulatory and trade law from across EMEA and beyond.
13 September 2023

Australian Employment, Industrial Relations and Safety Podcasts

Join our experts as they discuss and share their views on the latest developments we are seeing in the employment, industrial relations and workplace healthy and safety space covering areas such as underpayment compliance, annualised salary provisions, industrial manslaughter laws and what key...
12 September 2023

Unbundling Competition: Asia competition law podcasts

In this podcast, members of the Herbert Smith Freehills Competition, Regulation and Trade team examine key competition law and related regulatory developments.
12 September 2023

IP law podcast series - Unravelling the issues

Our experts explore the hottest topics and controversies in intellectual property law
12 September 2023

Housing Australia Future Fund bill set to become law

The federal government’s Housing Australia Future Fund ( HAFF ) bill is expected to pass through parliament this week, after the Greens party announced their support for the bill yesterday. The bill is one of the Labor government’s key 2022 election commitments and will establish a $10 billion fund...
11 September 2023

The banking litigation podcast

Our monthly podcast covers all the key issues in one of the most dynamic areas of litigation.
11 September 2023

Expanding SEC crypto enforcement targets NFTs: What does this mean for NFT issuers in Australia?

As jurisdictions adopt differing approaches to digital-asset regulation, U.S regulators pursue enforcement against NFT activities under existing securities law.
11 September 2023

'Serious need of repair' – It's time to fix the problems facing corporate Australia

A provocative new book diagnoses what ails Australia plc. Its editors set out their stall.
11 September 2023

UPC Structure – local, regional and central divisions and Court of Appeal, Judges & Languages

The UPC has a Court of First Instance (divided into local, regional and central divisions) and a Court of Appeal (Luxembourg). Cases can commence in any one of these divisions according to the subject matter and the prescribed division set out in the UPC Agreement and the UPC Rules .
07 September 2023

LPP: The Legal Privilege Podcast

Our Australian dispute resolution experts present LPP: The Legal Privilege Podcast , where we unpack the tricky concept of legal professional privilege (LPP) and apply some key principles to practical scenarios.
07 September 2023

The Australian Government Tables Closing Loopholes Bill: What it means for your business

On 4 September 2023, the Federal Government introduced the Fair Work Legislation Amendment (Closing Loopholes) Bill 2023 (Cth) ( Bill ) in the House of Representatives.
07 September 2023

UK Public M&A Monthly Activity Update: August 2023

In August 2023, there were three Rule 2.7 announcements made across the UK public M&A market and one further possible offer announced.
04 September 2023

High Court considers creditor duties in face of solvency-threatening claims

The judgement raises important questions for directors faced with substantial liabilities
01 September 2023

Directors' duties - Navigating emerging risk with nuanced adaption: Bootmakers, Boards and Rogues

Same story different tune – what emerging risks will do to directors’ and officers’ duties
01 September 2023

Evolving Australia's securities framework: Bootmakers, Boards and Rogues

Evolution of securities disclosure: rethinking Australia’s financial product offering system