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Thinking| 08 Jul 2020
His Honour Judge Smith SC has determined that a driver did not owe his passenger a duty of care in circumstances in which the passenger was a voluntary participant in an impromptu illegal street race.
Financial Services| 08 Jul 2020
In this article, we outline ASIC’s new regulatory guidance on the administration of its product intervention power. We also discuss developments in relation to ASIC’s product intervention power following consultation on the draft regulatory guide last year.
Commercial| 02 Jul 2020
Under recent changes to the Work Health & Safety Act 2011 (NSW) (WHS Act), directors and officers cannot be insured or indemnified for penalties for WorkSafe breaches. Our Insurance and Corporate teams discuss the implications of these changes for directors and officers (...
Insurance| 01 Jul 2020
The District Court has dismissed a worker’s appeal that he had suffered an alleged electric shock injury from a cash register at a drive-through bottle shop, as no question of law was involved.
Thinking| 01 Jul 2020
Funds and financial products Government registers stamping fee exemption regulations On 29 June, the Corporations Amendment (Stamping Fee Exemption) Regulations 2020 (Amending Regulations) were registered. According to the Explanatory Statement, the purpose of the Amending Regulations is to prohibit the payment or ...