Yearly Archives: 2019

Welcome to Issue 80 of the NSW Public Sector Newsletter. The Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) released a report suggesting an ambitious agenda for law reform over the next five years. The report highlights five areas of law suggested for an ALRC review. Click here to read more, and to view our full wrap-up of the […]

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Welcome to Issue 74 of the Victorian Public Sector Newsletter. It has been a busy fortnight! On the human rights front, Australia’s status as an open democracy has been downgraded in a blunt assessment released this week by a global alliance of human rights organisations, and Amnesty International has published a report summarising key challenges […]

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Welcome to Issue 51 of our fortnightly Banking Sector Newsletter. The purpose of this newsletter is to provide banking lawyers with a digestible and relevant snapshot of current news, case law and legislation from the past fortnight.  We hope you find this edition useful! This will be our final Banking Sector Newsletter for 2019, and we […]

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Welcome to Issue 17 of the SA Public Sector Newsletter. It has been a busy fortnight! On the human rights front, Australia’s status as an open democracy has been downgraded in a blunt assessment released this week by a global alliance of human rights organisations, and Amnesty International has published a report summarising key challenges […]

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Department update – notification of a material change The Department of Health recently updated its notification of a material change form and revised its guidance around the circumstances in which approved providers should notify the Secretary of the Department of any change of circumstances that materially affects a provider’s suitability to provide aged care. Importantly, […]

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Welcome to Issue 79 of the NSW Public Sector Newsletter. A Federal taskforce has just released new guidelines to counter foreign interference in the Australian university sector. The guidelines contain a number of recommendations for identifying and managing risks and conflicts that may arise with foreign investors and affiliates.  This issue also contains the usual […]

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Welcome to Issue 50 of our fortnightly Banking Sector Newsletter. The purpose of this newsletter is to provide banking lawyers with a digestible and relevant snapshot of current news, case law and legislation from the past fortnight.  We hope you find this edition useful!

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The next rollout of changes to the Retirement Villages Act 1999 (Qld) (RV Act) introduced by the Housing Legislation (Building Better Futures) Amendment Act 2017 (Qld), commenced on 11 November 2019. In this alert, we have briefly set out some of the changes which took effect and which you need to be aware of to […]

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Welcome to Issue 16 of the SA Public Sector Newsletter. A Federal taskforce has just released new guidelines to counter foreign interference in the Australian university sector. The guidelines contain a number of recommendations for identifying and managing risks and conflicts that may arise with foreign investors and affiliates. This issue also contains the usual […]

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Welcome to Issue 73 of the Victorian Public Sector Newsletter. Exciting developments this fortnight with a new pro bono website to improve access to justice, new laws to modernise criminal appeals and an Auslan Parliamentary Bulletin launched. IBAC released its report into the Inflation nightclub shooting and announced the appointment of its new CEO, former […]

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