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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.
In this episode, listeners will hear from Frank Hinoporos and Jim Koutsokostas from our Tax team, who will discuss the evolving payroll tax crackdown. What particular industries are being focused on and what payroll tax issues should businesses be aware of?
In this episode, listeners will hear from Frank Hinoporos and Todd Bromwich from our Tax team, who will discuss recent ATO compliance activity, key issues taxpayers need to be aware of and offer strategies for how to mitigate potential risks.
In this episode, listeners will hear from Frank Hinoporos and Todd Bromwich from our Tax team. Frank and Todd discuss the Pandora Papers, a leak of millions of documents that reveal hidden wealth and tax avoidance by some of the world’s wealthiest people. We delve into the tax implications raised and what to do if you were named in the papers.
In this episode, listeners will hear from Mark Dunphy and Melinda Bell from our Employment & Workplace Relations team. Mark and Mel discuss steps businesses can take to avoid underpayments occurring and what to do if an issue is discovered.
In this episode, listeners will hear from Mark Dunphy and Kristopher Kunasingam from our Employment & Workplace Relations team. Mark and Kris discuss migration issues, including the impact since COVID-19 closed Australia’s borders, how restrictions are affecting employers and the economy, and what might lie ahead once restrictions are lifted.
In this episode, listeners will hear from Mark Dunphy and Fay Calderone from our Employment & Workplace Relations team. Mark and Fay discuss why flexible work is so important in the ‘new normal’ brought about by COVID-19, why working from home is no longer seen as a ‘privilege’ and how to avoid the risk of proximity bias.
In this episode, listeners will hear from Mark Dunphy and Clare Kerley from the Employment and Workplace Relations Team. Mark and Clare discuss mandatory vaccinations in the workplace, including whether employers can mandate vaccinations, what proof is required and what to do if employees refuse to be vaccinated.
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