Publications

Welcome to our fortnightly banking sector newsletter.  In this issue we have a link to APRA’s proposed prudential standard for remuneration, a key feature of which is to promote the use of non-financial performance criteria in designing variable remuneration incentives, along with articles discussing the implementation of the Consumer Data Right Bill, which will amend […]

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Welcome to Issue 8 of the SA Public Sector Newsletter. This edition contains updates on the progress of a number of Federal bills covering a range of topics, including counter-terrorism, landowner rights to refuse gas and coal mining activities, royal commission procedures, and the exchange of information to facilitate identity matching services proposed between the […]

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Welcome to Issue 71 of the NSW Public Sector Newsletter. This edition covers two NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) public inquiries: one into the regulation of lobbying, access and influence in NSW which commenced this week, and another starting on 26 August, which forms part of an investigation into allegations concerning political donations

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Welcome to Issue 65 of the Victorian Public Sector Newsletter. In this issue, Wicked Campers may soon be wicked in name only, with an agreed national strategy to crack down on vehicles with unsavoury slogans. If an Ad Standards Community Panel finds a sexist, offensive or obscene slogan on a vehicle is in breach of […]

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Welcome to our fortnightly banking sector newsletter. Amongst many others, this edition includes links to articles reviewing the performance of the Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA) during its first six months of operation, an update on APRA’s capability review, and the recent case of Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Limited v Kenneth Ross Pickard which emphasises […]

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Welcome to Issue 70 of the NSW Public Sector Newsletter. This edition includes a number of media releases published by the Law Council on topics such as the reintroduction of the family court merger bills, the recently delivered Justice For All report, and a discussion paper on the use of Artificial Intelligence, along with much more.

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Welcome to Issue 7 of the SA Public Sector Newsletter. This edition includes a number of legislative changes that received assent on 11 July 2019. In particular, sections 7, 11 and 12 of the Statutes Amendment (Domestic Violence) Act 2018 (SA) come into operation from 1 September 2019. These provisions address admissibility of recorded evidence […]

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Welcome to Issue 64 of the Victorian Public Sector Newsletter.  The future is here this fortnight, with Victoria Police announcing the establishment of a new ‘drone squad’ to track offenders, conduct surveillance and assist in emergency management. Meanwhile, The Victorian Bar has issued a reminder to clients to submit their equitable briefing report and the […]

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This SA Property Alert focuses on the introduction by the SA State Government of the Retail and Commercial Leases (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill 2019 (Bill) into Parliament on 3 July 2019. The Bill will amend the Retail and Commercial Leases Act 1995 (SA) (Act). The Bill proposes the following amendments of note to the Act: Act […]

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Welcome to our fortnightly banking newsletter. This edition contains a look at the ASIC approved ‘New Rule Book for Banks’, commentary on the dawn of the new era of ‘Open Banking’ in Australia, a discussion on the highly anticipated case of Carter Holt Harvey Woodproducts Australia Pty Ltd v The Commonwealth [2019] HCA 20 and much more.

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