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Environment| 11 Jun 2021
The Federal Court recently declared that the Commonwealth Minister for the Environment owes Australian children a duty to take reasonable care to avoid causing them personal injury due to climate change impacts.
Environment & Sustainability| 27 Jul 2020
In no uncertain terms, Professor Graeme Samuel has found that the Commonwealth environmental legislation is ineffective. In this article, Partner Meg Lee considers the key findings of the Interim Report of the Independent Review of the Environmental Protection and Biodiversity ...
Property & Projects| 17 Jul 2020
Stan Kondilios, Partner and specialist in public law, provides a short discussion dealing with conflicts of interest in decision-making processes.
Property & Projects| 10 Jul 2020
Reducing corruption is critical to building public confidence in government decision making processes, writes Stan Kondilios, Partner and expert in public sector governance.
Property & Projects| 22 May 2020
In light of COVID-19, amendments have been made to the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 (NSW) to assist businesses and landowners in dealing with disruptions caused by the pandemic. Our Property and Projects team provides a summary of three changes ...