The Brisbane 2032 Olympics will generate $180 billion in government contracts. Is your business game-ready to compete in this unprecedented opportunity to work with the government, realise new revenue streams and achieve business growth?
The EV tax space in Australia has been made more complex by yesterday’s Federal Government announcement of a New Vehicle Efficiency Standard from 2025, with accompanying green rebates.
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This commentary on the international and cross border regulations that affect inbound and outbound Australian trade is required reading for in-house counsel and other company officers who need to know about the relevant regulatory authorities, cross-border compliance, accompanying legal risk, and more.
Moulis Legal’s International Trade team astutely looks at the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP).
While the controls are relevant to defence technology, they also relate to “dual use” technology. This covers numerous items with civil applications, including certain encryption functionalities, specific technology relating to navigation, avionics, computers, and even some commercially available cameras are subject to controls.
Businesses are more frequently finding themselves as creditors of a company in administration or liquidation. Insolvency events are not a simple box ticking exercise for creditors to follow. Creditors should inform themselves about the process and the possible outcomes, in order to make better commercial decisions that protect their own interests and help prevent future losses.
Moulis Legal is pleased to announce the appointment of a new chief executive officer, Zarmina Nasir. Zarmina extends our capabilities with her vast experience in governance and management, and her deep understanding of global challenges, the regulatory environments that opposingly impede and assist change, and the relationships operating across these landscapes.
Moulis Legal, in conjunction with Canberra Business Chamber and the Australian Trade and Investment Committee, invite you to our upcoming event, International Business Connect.