November 9, 2018

Taking a Punt on Trade Mark Enforcement: Round 2

As the matter covered in this article highlights, it is incredibly important for businesses to monitor their competitors, and if they wish to protect their intellectual property, to ensure that they take timely legal action to do so.

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Electronic Conveyancing in NSW – what’s the latest?

Despite some initial resistance and teething problems, most practitioners in the wider community have been part of a general push towards e-conveyancing, as the ‘word on the street’ is that all transactions will be required to take place on the e-platform by 1 July 2019.

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How managerial positions have been affected by changes to the skilled visa scheme

On 18 March 2018, the Temporary Work (Skilled) (subclass 457) visa, more commonly known as the ‘457 visa’ was abolished and replaced with a new skilled visa scheme, called the Temporary Skill Shortage (subclass 482) visa (‘TSS visa’). Now that the dust has somewhat settled, employers are once again enquiring about the requirements for sponsoring skilled workers.

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How will the “Whistleblower Bill” affect Australian companies?

If the Treasury Laws Amendment (Enhancing Whistleblower Protections) Bill 2017 is passed by the parliament, new legislation will see major amendments to the Corporations Act 2001, creating an expanded regime under which both public and large private corporations will be required to implement internal whistleblower policies.

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