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Australia: How safe is the harbour for Security of Payment Act claimants? – Mondaq News Alerts - October 11, 2018

Australia: How safe is the harbour for Security of Payment Act claimants? Mondaq News Alerts 2) [2018] NSWSC extended a stay of a judgment in favour of a contractor based upon a Security of Payment Act NSW (SOPA) adjudication on the basis that the contractor was at risk of insolvency. This is consis.

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Australia: Director Identification Numbers – draft legislation now open for comment – Mondaq News Alerts - October 11, 2018

Australia: Director Identification Numbers – draft legislation now open for comment Mondaq News Alerts ... apply for non-compliance with the new regime. The creation of a new database and improved data integrity offered by the reforms is also expected to have positive flow on effects for insolvenc.

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Australia: Has the casual employee relationship gone the way of the dinosaur? – Mondaq News Alerts - October 11, 2018

Australia: Has the casual employee relationship gone the way of the dinosaur? Mondaq News Alerts Many employers, their representatives and of course politicians, have expressed deep horror and outrage at the Full Federal Court's decision in Workpac Pty Limited v Skene [2018] FCAFC 131 (Skene) t.

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Australia doesn’t care to break its coal habit in the face of climate change – Ars Technica - October 11, 2018

Ars Technica Australia doesn't care to break its coal habit in the face of climate change Ars Technica According to The Guardian, the country's deputy prime minister, Michael McCormack, said that Australia would "'absolutely' continue to use and exploit its coal reserves, despite.

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Australia officials unconcerned about breaking country’s coal habit – Ars Technica - October 11, 2018

Ars Technica Australia officials unconcerned about breaking country's coal habit Ars Technica According to The Guardian, the country's deputy prime minister, Michael McCormack, said that Australia would "'absolutely' continue to use and exploit its coal reserves, despite the IPCC.

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Joe Giudice to Be Deported After Prison – E! Online - October 10, 2018

E! Online Joe Giudice to Be Deported After Prison E! Online In July 2013, the Giudices were charged with conspiring to defraud lenders and illegally obtain mortgages and other loans, as well as allegedly hiding assets and income during a bankruptcy case. They were indicted on charges of mail, wire, .

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