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'Remediation' as a legal term
Insight 24 Mar 2021

ASIC's recent consultation paper (CP335) on proposed changes to its remediation guidance (RG256) may have created further space between what is legally required of remediations and what ASIC may expect of them. ...

Nucleus – corporate law developments: ASIC restricts effectiveness of certain director resignations; new ASIC whistleblower immunity policy; and other updates
Insight 22 Mar 2021

ASIC restricts effectiveness of director resignations and introduces new whistleblower immunity policy; FIRB commences evaluation of changes to foreign investment laws; ACCC flags further reform of merger review process in 2021; lapsing of electronic signing and virtual meeting protocols ...

Signing documents in a pandemic
Insight 19 Mar 2021

The pandemic has focused minds on the need for law reform, to clarify that documents can be signed electronically, so that they are fully accepted in the market, and also to allow signatures to be witnessed remotely over audiovisual links. This timeline outlines the changes to legislation changes. ...

Creating and sustaining a high performing culture in a hybrid (virtual and in-person) world
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Webinar: Creating and sustaining a high performing culture in a hybrid (virtual and in-person) world ...

National Electricity and Gas rules update: February 2021
Insight 17 Mar 2021

In our latest update, we examine the progress of new and existing rule change requests to the AEMC across the month of February, as well as take a closer look at the release of Victoria's Renewable Energy Zones Development Plan. ...

Privacy disclosure incident leads to largest ever award of compensation for non-economic loss
Insight 16 Mar 2021

The determination issued by the OAIC for breaches of the Privacy Act by the Department of Home Affairs confirms that compensation can be ordered to be paid for non-economic losses related to data breaches. ...

Investor state arbitration and the environment: preparing for change in 2021 and beyond
Insight 15 Mar 2021

The overlap between international investment and environmental protection is expanding, eg with environmental protection provisions featuring in recent International Investment Agreements (IIAs) and international Free Trade Agreements (FTAs), and environment-related investor-state disputes. ...

The Your Super reforms and the changing super industry
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Webinar: The Your Super reforms and the changing super industry ...

The end is more nigh: FCA announces official LIBOR cessation dates
Insight 12 Mar 2021

On 5 March the UK LIBOR regulator, the FCA, announced cessation dates for the vast majority of LIBOR settings. As expected, the key date will be end of this year (ie 31 December 2021) for most ...

Clarity from the High Court on competing class actions
Insight 12 Mar 2021

The High Court of Australia has provided much-needed clarity on competing class actions, handing down its decision in Wigmans v AMP Limited [2021] HCA 7. ...

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