Canberra’s ambition to be the “coolest little capital” depends on bringing variety and vibrancy into its urban environments.
Australia’s downstream petroleum industry is continuing its evolution into a complex commercial environment that combines sophisticated multinationals, emerging national fuel businesses and local goods and service providers.
Respected law editor Thomson Reuters has published a Moulis Legal-authored guide on international trade and commercial transactions in Australia as part of its International Trade and Commercial Transactions Global Guide.
Moulis Legal senior lawyer Alistair Bridges has been named as an “Associate to Watch” in International Trade / WTO law by premier client-ranking agency Chambers & Partners in its 2016 Asia Pacific research.
Australia’s free trade agreement with China, the highly debated Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement and Australia’s recent dispute with big tobacco in Singapore have drawn public and political attention to Investor State Dispute Settlement, or ISDS.
After a year of uncertainty, the High Court’s decision in CFMEU v Director, Fair Work Building Industry Inspectorate & Anor (“the CFMEU case”) has restored and validated the long held practice in regulatory matters for parties to agree on a civil penalty to submit for approval by the Court.
The NSW Land and Environment Court has handed down a decision with significant implications for directors and managers of companies that operate environmentally sensitive businesses, such as service stations, petroleum storage facilities and depots.
Premier peer-ranking agency Who’s Who Legal has released its 2015 list, ranking partner Daniel Moulis as one of the world’s 20 most highly regarded trade lawyers, and in the top five outside Brussels, Geneva and Washington DC.
On 1 December 2015, the Liquid Fuel Supply (Ethanol and Other Biofuels Mandate) Amendment Act 2015 was passed by the Queensland Parliament (“the Ethanol Mandate Act”).