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Corporate Counsel 28 May 2024 ByNick WilsonMake digital ESG reporting mandatory, say PwC and Deloitte partners

Climate-related financial disclosures are driving the majority of ESG practitioners to speed up their digital...

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Politics 17 May 2024 ByNicholas CollierOn the acquisition of customary title in PNG

Torres Strait Islanders live under two customary law systems – Papua New Guinea and Australia. They have more rights...

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Corporate Counsel 14 May 2024 ByAnnie Haggar and Denny WanStriking the right balance when disclosing cyber events

Goldilocks and the cyber risk disclosure porridge: an old children’s tale offers a useful lesson for disclosure of...

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Politics 14 May 2024 ByJerome DoraisamyTax cuts may mean lower salary increases for lawyers in FY24–25

The revised stage-three tax cuts, together with other market factors, may well provide justification for employers not...

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Politics 10 May 2024 ByRobert Dougherty‘Certainly feels’ like we’re in a Cold War with China, says...

In a new podcast episode with Lawyers Weekly’s sister brand, Defence Connect, former prime minister Scott Morrison...

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Politics 09 May 2024 ByDr Matt BachLet’s end some wars

Like most real wars, the war on drugs is totally counterproductive. Yet, it’s also unique in its idiocy, writes Dr...

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Politics 08 May 2024 ByJerome DoraisamyLegal employers need to keep an eye on non-compete developments

If Australia follows the lead of the United States and bans almost all non-compete clauses, there will be...

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Big Law 01 May 2024 ByNick WilsonATO ‘disappointed with law firms’ on use of legal privilege

PwC Australia has been criticised over its misuse of legal privilege to obscure ATO investigations, a trend the...

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Politics 19 April 2024 ByJerome DoraisamyDreyfus: ‘There is a crisis of male violence in Australia’

Australia’s Attorney-General has slammed the “scourge on our society” that is male violence, in remarks earlier...

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Politics 18 April 2024 ByJerome DoraisamyLaw reform needed to address proliferation of doxxing

In an age where doxxing is becoming more commonplace, a statutory tort for serious invasion of privacy may be essential...

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