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Further progress for Renewable Energy Zones across the NEM
Insight 26 Aug 2021

Significant investment in network infrastructure will be required to ensure there is sufficient network capacity in the National Electricity Market (NEM) to support the broader electricity system and meet the needs of new generators. ...

Wage underpayments: an update on recent developments
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Webinar: Wage underpayments: an update on recent developments ...

Unpacking the world first decision: Australia says ‘yes’ to AI inventors
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Webinar: Unpacking the world first decision: Australia says ‘yes’ to AI inventors ...

Navigating COVID-19 impacts on wind power projects approaching commercial operation
Insight 23 Aug 2021

COVID-19 has affected the power sector in Vietnam in a number of ways, but perhaps none so markedly as the impact on wind power developers racing to commission projects before the 31 October 2021 feed-in-tariff deadline. ...

Will new continuous disclosure laws limit shareholder class actions?
Insight 19 Aug 2021

Following a period of temporary reform, Australia's continuous disclosure regime has been permanently amended in an effort to combat the upward trend of opportunistic shareholder class actions and to put downward pressure on premiums for directors and officers insurance ...

Are you ready for the new breach reporting regime?
Insight 18 Aug 2021

ASIC has released a consultation paper on its draft regulatory guidance for the new (read onerous and wide-ranging) breach reporting regime, which is to commence on 1 October 2021. The release, on 22 April 2021, followed the Financial Sector Reform (Hayne Royal Commission Response) Act 2020 ...

Court upholds validity of fixed capacity charges in gas transportation agreement
Insight 18 Aug 2021

The recent Queensland Supreme Court decision North Queensland Pipeline No 1 Pty Ltd v QNI Resources Pty Ltd1 has confirmed the validity and enforceability of terms commonly found in gas transportation agreements (and many other types of infrastructure services agreements). ...

The ESG remedy ecosystem – working backwards from an OECD National Contact Point complaint
Insight 16 Aug 2021

A global increase in complaints under the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises (OECD Guidelines) to state-based National Contact Points (NCPs) shows that the OECD Guidelines are an established part of the toolkit for NGOs and civil society groups seeking to influence corporate behaviour and ...

ACCC appeals NSW Ports case; ACCC commences proceedings against Lactalis; and other developments
Insight 13 Aug 2021

ACCC appeals NSW Ports case; ACCC commences proceedings against Lactalis; and other developments ...

A net-zero emissions electricity system – how do we get there?
Insight 12 Aug 2021

Australia's electricity system is in the process of great change. Our insight explores how our energy sector participants and potential investors can best navigate the challenges and opportunities of targeting a net-zero electricity system. ...

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