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In this episode, listeners will hear from Dr Wolfgang Babeck and guest Linda Romanovska, an Australia-linked member of the EU platform on sustainable finance, who discuss the latest ESG issues and legislation in the European Union, including the EU Taxonomy Regulation and its linkage to the ISSB, the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulations, and how Australian companies should proceed with ESG strategy and reporting, particularly if they want to see where the journey is going or have a footprint in Europe. Glossary ESG – Environment, Social and Governance EU – European Union SFDR – Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation NFRD – Non-financial Reporting Directive CSRD – Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive PAI – Principle Adverse Impacts CBAM – Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism ETS – Emissions Trading System ESRS – European Sustainability Reporting Standards TCFD – Taskforce on Climate related Financial Disclosures ISSB – International Sustainability Standards Board SASB – Sustainability Accounting Standards Board CBAM – Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism EFRAG – European Financial Reporting Advisory Group IFRS – International Financial Reporting Standards
In this episode, listeners will hear from Meg Lee, Anne MacNamara, Adrian Verdnik and Julian Hammond about avoiding greenwashing, risks and compliance issues for super funds, what the regulators are saying, and how Australia’s approach to greenwashing compares with Europe and the US.
In this episode, listeners will hear from Meg Lee and Nathan Kennedy about why clients might implement an ESG framework, key considerations for implementation, and recent developments.
In this episode, listeners will hear from Anthony Bradica and Adam Dimac on the top seven things startup companies should watch out for when making new grants.
In this episode, listeners will hear from Frank Hinoporos and Adam Dimac from our Tax team, who discuss the latest in cryptocurrencies and NFTs.
In this episode, listeners will hear from Frank Hinoporos and Todd Bromwich from our Tax team, who discuss the Australian Taxation Office’s Top 500 and Next 5,000 targeted compliance program and share some observations about how taxpayers can deal with such reviews.
In this episode, listeners will hear from Frank Hinoporos and Jacqueline McGrath from our Tax team, who discuss the Australian Taxation Office’s debt collection powers, including the director penalty notice regime.
In this episode, listeners will hear from Mark Dunphy and Jacqueline McGrath about the customs compliance obligations for companies looking to do trade in Australia.
In this episode, listeners will hear from Mark Dunphy and Penelope Ford about aspects of Australia’s dispute resolution process which sometimes surprise those not from Australia.
In this episode, listeners will hear from Mark Dunphy, Ranny Fan and Conrad Smith about how Australia’s Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) operates. Access Hall & Wilcox's FIRB app.
In this episode, listeners will hear from Mark Dunphy, Alison Baker and Kristopher Kunasingam about the critical issues of Australia’s employment and visa laws, including how employment relationships are regulated and what Australia’s borders look like post-COVID.
In this episode, listeners will hear from Mark Dunphy, Oliver Jankowsky and Jacqui Barrett about market entry into Australia. What are the main considerations if you want to set up a company in Australia? Are there any common frustrations or roadblocks clients have faced?
In this episode, listeners will hear from Frank Hinoporos and Adam Dimac from our Tax team, who discuss tax basics if you buy, sell or own cryptocurrencies or NFTs.
In this episode, listeners will hear from Anthony Bradica and Adam Dimac from our Tax team, who discuss the tax risks and issues business owners need to know about when they engage contractors.
In this episode, listeners will hear from Frank Hinoporos and Todd Bromwich from our Tax team, who discuss the long-awaited ATO guidance on the scope and application of section 100A of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1936, how the ATO intends to apply compliance resources to reviewing trust arrangements, and give some practical guidance on how to navigate these issues.
In this episode, listeners will hear from Martin Ross and Hamish McNair about defamation reforms in the pipeline, including federal anti-trolling legislation, liability of internet intermediaries and extending absolute privilege in the employment context.
In this episode, listeners will hear from Martin Ross and Hamish McNair about recent game changers in defamation law, including the serious harm threshold, the single publication rule, public interest reporting defence and cap on damages.
In this episode, listeners will hear from Martin Ross and Hamish McNair about responding to defamation claims, the power of apology, offers to make amends and liability as a publisher and republication.
In this episode, listeners will hear from Martin Ross and Hamish McNair about defamation law. Who can be defamed? How and where does defamation arise? Are there any remedies and what are the usual outcomes?
In this episode, listeners will hear from Frank Hinoporos and Adam Dimac from our tax team, who will examine why there’s so much hype around cryptocurrencies and NFTs and what the tax implications are for people who hold or invest in these currencies.
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