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Steel & Tube Pleads Guilty over Product Misrepresentation
Business
Wednesday November 29 2017

Steel & Tube Pleads Guilty over Product Misrepresentation

Steel & Tube Holdings has pleaded guilty to 24 charges of making false and misleading representations about its steel mesh products and will be sentenced...

NSW Land Clearing Code Challenged in Court
Business
Wednesday November 29 2017

NSW Land Clearing Code Challenged in Court

NSW laws allowing private landowners to clear large areas of native vegetation without approval are being challenged in court.

Federal Judge Slams CFMEU
Business
Tuesday October 31 2017

Federal Judge Slams CFMEU

A Federal Court judge has slammed the behaviour of Australia’s biggest construction union, arguing that the union had a history of unlawful behaviour and was using...

CFMEU Wins Vic Building Site Court Case
Business
Wednesday October 25 2017

CFMEU Wins Vic Building Site Court Case

The Federal Court has issued fines to a construction engineering company which twice turned away a union official from a work site.

Architects and the Need to Put Key Communications in Writing
Business
Monday July 31 2017

Architects and the Need to Put Key Communications in Writing

A sound and reliable way of avoiding disputes for architects is to ensure that key communications are habitually made in writing, rather than being confined to...

USB Stick Declared Not Valid Service Under NSW Security of Payment Act
Business
Thursday July 20 2017

USB Stick Declared Not Valid Service Under NSW Security of Payment Act

In Parkview Constructions Pty Ltd (Parkview) v Total Lifestyle Windows Pty Ltd t/as Total Concept Group (Total) NSWSC 194 (7 March 2017) ,...

Court Rejects New Acland Mine
Mining
Thursday June 1 2017

Court Rejects New Acland Mine

The Queensland government is examining the Land Court's recommendation to reject the $900 million expansion of the controversial New Acland open-cut coalmine.

Developments in Australian Construction Law
Business
Tuesday February 14 2017

Developments in Australian Construction Law

Looking back at the year just completed, 2016 proved to be an interesting year in the space we may call the ‘construction industry law’ space. In...

WorleyParsons Class Action to Proceed
Business
Friday January 20 2017

WorleyParsons Class Action to Proceed

A $50 million class action lawsuit being levied against WorleyParsons has been given the all clear to proceed after an attempt by the engineering group to...

Mining
Mar 9 2018
Mining Group Appeals New Super Union

The Australian Mines and Minerals Association has lodged an appeal against the creation of a super union.

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