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Taxing issues set for corporate NZ: lawyerMar 03 2012

CORPORATE NEW ZEALAND should consider tax consequences as it moves towards the adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards, acco

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Mar 03 2012Silver not tarnishing for Minters

MINTER ELLISON was the only law firm to take part in the recently published Corporate Responsibility...

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Mar 03 2012Bail law should be overhauled

THE LAW Society of New South Wales has called for an overhaul of the law for determining bail, submi...

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Mar 03 2012Free press vital for rule of law

FREEDOM OF the press played a vital role in upholding the rule of law, but was only effective when b...

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Mar 03 2012Dubbo public hearing for Indigenous Australians

AN INQUIRY into the provision of legal aid services to Indigenous Australian was recommenced last we...

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Hardie legalities cause further pay delaysMar 03 2012

LEGAL COMPLEXITIES have been blamed for the postponement of the agreement to fund compensation for victims of James Hardie’s asbestos prod...

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New compliance chief at ASICMar 03 2012

THE AUSTRALIAN Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has appointed Jennifer O’Donnell as executive director of compliance.O’Donne...

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FSR licence issues remainMar 03 2012

WHILE THE spectacular workload of the run up to the introduction of the Financial Services Reform Act (FSRA) last year has abated, there are...

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AAT Bill through despite oppositionMar 03 2012

ONLY THE OPPOSITION stood between the Government and the arrival of an effective and efficient Administrative Appeal Tribunal (AAT), the cou...

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LawAsia delegates join tort reform censureMar 03 2012

THE CHIEF JUSTICE of the Queensland Supreme Court, Paul de Jersey, and the Australian Lawyers Alliance president last week expressed concern...

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