Monthly Archives: April 2019

Thomson Geer is advising Malaysian Developer, UEM Sunrise Berhad, in relation to its Aurora Melbourne Central mixed-use complex in LaTrobe Street, Melbourne CBD. Thomson Geer Partner, Eu Ming Lim is lead adviser, assisted by Partner, Sarah Rizk, Special Counsel, Mark Kemp and Paralegal, Amanda Szwarcbard. The Aurora Melbourne Central started with its acquisition in 2014 […]

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This edition covers a number of Court appointments announced by the Attorney General’s Department, the release of ALRC’s Family Law Inquiry final report, the announcement that the ALRC will undertake a review of religious exemptions in anti-discrimination legislation across Australia – and much more.

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This fortnight, we note a series of decisions of Victorian courts in the areas of taxation, freedom of information and the operation of legislation transferring State functions. At the Commonwealth level, we also note the appointment of a new Disability Discrimination Commissioner.

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This edition covers a number of reports and consultation papers that have been released by ASIC, a submission by the FSC in relation to transparency in fees and costs associated with financial products, and much more.

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Thomson Geer has advised Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Limited (DPE) on its entry into the Danish market through its €2.5 million acquisition of the company-owned stores and other assets of Domino’s Pizza Scandinavia, which entered into administration in March and has ceased trading. Thomson Geer Partner, Eugene Fung and Lawyer, Thomas Gardner, worked as lead counsel […]

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THE Sydney Cricket and Sports Grounds and Sydney Roosters have signed a landmark partnership that will see the reigning NRL premiers play home games and finals at the Allianz Sydney Football Stadium for at least the next 25 years when it opens in 2022. It is the longest hiring agreement between a stadium and club […]

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Welcome to Issue 56 of the Victorian Public Sector Newsletter. This edition includes proposed changes to the OHS Act to include workplace manslaughter as an offence, the OAIC media statement concerning proposed changes to the Privacy Act and much more.

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TG Partners Scott Charaneka and Marc Wyld have been shortlisted for the Lawyers Weekly Partner of the Year Awards 2019 across three categories. Scott has been named as a finalist in the financial services category, and Marc in the Health and Corporate categories. The Lawyers Weekly Partner of the Year Awards, in partnership with Taylor […]

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This fortnight’s edition includes an article referring to the Federal Court expanding to include corporate crime. The Coalition Government is set to provide funding in support of the expansion.

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This fortnight’s edition includes an article referring to the Federal Court expanding to include corporate crime. The Coalition Government is set to provide funding in support of the expansion.

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