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17 Apr 14
Amendments to the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 1999 NSW about to take effect
Construction industry participants need to be aware of the recent amendments to the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 1999 (NSW) that take effect from Monday 21 April 2014.
16 Apr 14
In this opinion piece, Partner John Kettle examines Australia’s clear desire for foreign direct investment juxtaposed against a public interest policy on foreign investment.
14 Apr 14
McCullough Robertson is pleased to announce that 18 lawyers have been named to the 2014-2015 Edition of Best Lawyers, the oldest and most respected peer-review publication in the legal profession.
11 Apr 14
Restrictions on foreign investment by Japanese investors in Australia will be relaxed following Australia and Japan concluding negotiations for a free trade agreement titled the Japan-Australia Economic Partnership Agreement on 7 April 2014.
McCullough Robertson was engaged by Earthtrade to prepare the first offset broker agreement under the Queensland Government’s Biodiversity Offsets Policy.
McCullough Robertson has acted on behalf of Shine Corporate Ltd (Shine) on its recently announced IPO.
McCullough Robertson has advised shareholders of leading Qld based provider of operations, maintenance, and asset management services to the coal sector G&S Engineering Services Pty Ltd in relation to the selling of their shares as part of Calibre Group Limited’s acquisition of the company.
McCullough Robertson has acted for ASX listed NuCoal Resources Ltd in the transaction with Mitsui Matsushima International Pty Ltd for the development of the Doyles Creek Underground Coal Project and Training Facility in the New South Wales Hunter Valley.
The RoundUp is McCullough Robertson’s Food and Agribusiness publication and is aimed at keeping you informed of the legal issues affecting the industry in Australia. Click here to read the Autumn edition.
This blog is a companion to The Chairman's Red Book. It is written for chairman and directors, providing an overview of relevant laws and regulations applicable to their roles. Click here to read and subscribe.
The McCullough Robertson Native Title Claim Check App for iPhone and iPad allows you to locate and identify native title applications, registered claims and determinations within Australia. Click here to download the app free of charge.
‘The Dirt’ is McCullough Robertson’s resources blog and provides regular updates on legal developments affecting the coal, metals, oil and gas and renewables sectors. Click here to read and subscribe.