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New Planning Rules for Wind Farms & Solar Farms in SA

The new Code provisions include increased acceptable setbacks for wind turbines from townships, settlement zones and non-involved dwellings, together with other tweaks to the existing planning rules. The setbacks for…

FIRB Regime to Undergo Significant Reform

Keeping pace with emerging risk and global developments: Foreign Investments Review regime to undergo significant reformThe Federal Government has announced significant reforms to the Foreign Acquisitions and Takeovers Act 1975…

Succession Planning: Governance, Employment or Equity?

Understanding the distinction between governance, employment and equity in succession to the next generation.This is one of an ongoing series of 10 articles on this topic. This article is the…

COVID-19 Emergency Response Act 2020: Signing & Witnessing of Documents

On Monday, 20 April 2020, the South Australian Government released regulations under the COVID-19 Emergency Response Act 2020, in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Regulations bring about fundamental…

Sale of the Business as an Option in the Succession plan

Is a sale of all or part of the business an option to be considered within the succession process?This is one of an ongoing series of 10 legal alerts on…

Finlaysons Lawyers Celebrated in Best Lawyers Australia 2021

The 2021 Edition of The Best Lawyers in Australia was released today. Finlaysons is proud to celebrate the acknowledgement of 22 lawyers who have been recognised this year.Best Lawyers is…

Protecting Your Business from Cyber Threats During COVID-19

The COVID-19 global pandemic has seen a dramatic increase in employees working from home. While this has helped slow the rate at which COVID-19 is spreading through our community, it…

5 Things Employers Must Know About JobKeeper

The Federal Government proposes paying employers $1,500 per fortnight per employee, for 6 months from 30 March through 30 September 2020, to help employees keep jobs. Employers will need to…

What to Look For: Signs That a Company May be Insolvent

In the current climate, many businesses will suffer from financial difficulties, though this does not necessarily mean that the businesses are insolvent. There are a number of indicators that may…

Can Work Continue? Identification of ‘Essential Services’ Within the Energy and Renewables Sector During COVID-19

Can work at energy facilities (including construction sites) continue? We examine the classification of ‘essential’ and ‘non-essential’ services in relation to the continued attendance of staff at work sites for…

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