This week the Australian Senate has referred an inquiry into non-conforming building products to the Senate Economics References Committee.
Changes to the Heavy Vehicle National Law have been introduced by the Queensland Government that will apply to heavy vehicle operators in New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Tasmania and the Australian Capital Territory.
The Queensland Government has released its discussion paper proposing the introduction of an ethanol mandate in Queensland.
The proposal by the Federal Government to relinquish planning control over presently undeveloped land to the west of Canberra has sparked strong debate.
Moulis Legal’s Christopher Hewitt, Emily Murphy and Macky Markar discuss how Australian businesses can protect their intellectual property in China using legal, administrative and commercial strategies.
The proposed China Australia Free Trade Agreement will open up new opportunities for Australian businesses interested in accessing the dynamic Chinese marketplace.
Last night the Queensland Liberal National Party, supported by both sides of Parliament, passed a minority proposal for the establishment of an ethanol implementation board and expressed support for an ethanol fuel mandate in Queensland. Christopher Hewitt and Emilie Franklin of Moulis Legal have provided an outline on the impact of this controversial motion.
Moulis Legal’s Charles Zhan and Christopher Hewitt, Head of the Brisbane Office, attended the exclusive Chambers Asia-Pacific Awards on Monday evening in Hong Kong.