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Northern Territory Liquor Licensing – “interstate” licensees

In a Nutshell New liquor “minimum unit pricing” in the Northern Territory came into effect on 1 October 2018. The new law applies to all sales or supplies of liquor…

Regular Casual Employee found to be Permanent: Workpac v Skene

In a Nutshell In a recent decision allowing a dismissed employee’s appeal, the Full Bench of the Federal Court has upheld that an employee engaged and described as a casual…

SA Liquor Licensing reform – new requirements for “delivery”

In a Nutshell The Liquor Licensing (Liquor Review) Amendment Act 2017 (SA) introduces significant changes to the liquor licensing regime in South Australia.  Some changes have come into effect, others…

Australian Institute of Energy Youth Scholarship

Finlaysons is proud to sponsor the 2018 Australian Institute of Energy’s Energy Study Scholarship for 2018. The purpose of the Scholarship is to assist a young AIE member to further…

CBNSA Chinese Business Sundowner

Come along and hear from Jonathon Li and Jason Zhao (Orchid Wines), as they tell us about their personal journey and provide you with some practical tips from their business experiences.…

Finlaysons’ Special Counsel, Ralph Bönig, named 2018 Brian Withers award recipient

Ralph Bönig, Special Counsel, Finlaysons Lawyers was awarded the Brian Withers award at the SA Law Society’s annual awards dinner on Friday 10 August 2018.  The award is presented to…

ASIC industry funding – does your company have to lodge business activity metrics by 27 September 2018?

In a Nutshell Has your company received correspondence from the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) requesting that it lodge or validate business activity metrics by 27 September 2018? This…

Finlaysons Lawyers are pleased to announce the following promotions.

Finlaysons Lawyers are pleased to announce the promotions of one Partner, two Special Counsel, two Senior Associates and four Associates, in recognition of each individual’s talent and contribution to the…

Medical Practice – Disciplinary Proceedings

Delay in making a complaint does not by itself entitle a party to a stay of subsequent disciplinary proceedings. The South Australian Supreme Court recently dismissed an Application for a…

Less than one week remaining to make a submission to the Woomera Prohibited Area Coexistence Framework Review

In a Nutshell In recent decades, the Commonwealth Government (Government) has progressively sought to expand the use of the Defence testing area known as the Woomera Prohibited Area (WPA). In…

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