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Defamation| 02 Dec 2021
By Hamish McNair Controversial anti-trolling legislation is drawing closer with the Federal Government this week releasing a draft of the ‘Social Media (Anti-Trolling) Bill 2021‘. The Government had foreshadowed the legislation, which aims to ‘force global social media giants to unmask ...
Tax| 01 Dec 2021
In this edition of Talking Tax, we discuss the High Court’s ruling in Addy that the backpacker tax contravenes the Australia-UK Double Tax Agreement, the AAT decision of Carvell and much more.
Employment & Workplace Relations| 30 Nov 2021
In what the Western Australian Government is claiming as an ‘Australian-first’, a new supplier debarment regime will commence on 1 January 2022.
Litigation & Dispute Resolution| 30 Nov 2021
In a recent decision, the Federal Court of Australia has, for the first time, made orders blocking access to online websites which promote cheating in the higher education sector under the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency Act 2011 (Cth) (TEQSA ...
Health & Community| 29 Nov 2021
A number of legal, regulatory, ethical and social issues have arisen with the use of AI in the health and aged care sectors. The issues is: Can the law keep up with the pace?