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The weakest link – supply chain security and the role of compliance in cybersecurity

Cybersecurity, like money, is one of those things that become screamingly important when there is a lack of it. Compliance is widely recognised to be a critical component of cybersecurity. This article considers how an in-house counsel and other legal practitioners can support a corporate client in pursuit of better compliance in cybersecurity.

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Containing legal costs – Calderbank offers in litigious settlement negotiations

Legal costs are a legitimate business concern for any organisation particularly those involved in litigation. One only needs to recall the C7 litigation a decade ago to realise the enormity of legal costs incurred by mostly unwilling participants. 

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Show me the money! Connecting start-up founders to crowdfunding

Raising capital and accessing affordable finance is a key issue facing start-ups in Australia. There are relatively few early stage venture capital firms and financial institutions are often unwilling to invest in speculative or innovative ideas. 

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ACCC lays down the law on misuse of market power

In one of the largest shakeups of competition law in Australia, the controversial and highly anticipated ‘effects test’ for determining misuse of market power is set to come into operation in coming weeks. This follows the passing of wider reforms to the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth) (“the Act”) in October.

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ACCC merges its M&A review process

Following the highly publicised Harper review into Australian competition law, the long awaited reforms to the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth) (“the Act”) were passed in Parliament on 18 October 2017.

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Government to give itself new anti-dumping price fixing power

The ability of foreign exporters and local importers to compete in Australian markets will be further compromised if and when new anti-dumping “tilts” in favour of local producers become law. 

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When you can’t let the dogs out – agreements that bite

Des Hasler was sacked as coach of the Canterbury Bulldogs Rugby League team on 19 September 2017. In April 2017 it was reported that Hasler and the Bulldogs had agreed to a two year extension to Hasler’s coaching contract. Or did they?

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SEO and IP – grabbing eyeballs using someone else’s good looks

Making sure your business can be found easily on the World Wide Web is big business. Search engines like Google are constantly changing who they put first, second, third, and one millionth in their search results. How high a business ranks depends on how it attracts the attention of Google’s algorithms.

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Directors’ duties – more than just good management

Directors play a central role in the management of a company and are therefore pivotal to its growth and success.  In addition to the day-to-day duties associated with operating and managing the business of a company, it is important that directors also understand the legal duties and obligations associated with their appointment.

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Land resumption in Queensland – profit from loss

There are several major infrastructure projects on the cards for Queensland. High priority State projects include the Cross River Rail and the Ipswich Motorway upgrades – both on the Australian Government’s recently revised Infrastructure Priority List. 

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