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At Holding Redlich, great law is our starting point

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New partner welcomed to Holding Redlich’s national Property & Projects group

National law firm Holding Redlich is pleased to announce the appointment of Natashia Ackroyd as a Melbourne-based partner in the Property & Projects group. She moved to the firm’s Melbourne office from King & Wood Mallesons, where she was a senior associate.

Natashia’s appointment follows Adrianna Witkowski joining the property team in Sydney in November and John Wei joining in Brisbane in January.

Natashia has more than 15 years’ experience as a property lawyer with a broad range of experience across the real estate sector including complex transactions, property development, investment management and leasing.

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20 February 2019 - Knowledge

Council fined for destruction of Aboriginal cultural heritage

#Native Title, #Local Government

The NSW Land and Environment Court has fined the Clarence Valley Council $300,000 for the removal of a scar tree in 2016.

20 February 2019 - Knowledge

Inside track: Work Health & Safety

#Workplace Relations & Safety

Industrial Relations Minister Grace Grace has urged Queenslanders to heed quad bike safety warnings following recent vehicle rollovers in New Zealand, where three people lost their lives and two others were seriously hurt.

20 February 2019 - Knowledge

Infrastructure Australia off to a strong start with release of 2019 Infrastructure Priority List

#Construction & Infrastructure

Last month we wrote about Infrastructure Australia’s announcement of newly appointed CEO Romilly Madew and her set of priorities.

20 February 2019 - Knowledge

NSW Government Bulletin

#Government

In the case of Knightsbridge North Lawyers Pty Ltd v State of New South Wales, Schmidt J of the NSW Supreme Court considered, amongst other things, whether a failure to comply with a requirement in the Independent Commission Against Corruption Act 1988 (NSW) (ICAC Act) affected the validity of a decision made under that legislation.

20 February 2019 - Knowledge

Inside track: Planning, Environment & Sustainability

#Planning, Environment & Sustainability

Australia is on track to meet its Paris climate commitments five years earlier than expected — in 2025 — according to new research from the Australian National University. Lead researcher Professor Andrew Blakers said we have a very vigorous rooftop solar industry and very experienced ground-mounted solar farm and wind farm industry.

19 February 2019 - Knowledge

Inside track: Competition and Consumer Law

#Competition & Consumer Law

The Court held, by consent, that Cryosite engaged in cartel conduct when it signed an agreement in June 2017 to sell the assets of its private cord blood and tissue banking business to Cell Care with a clause requiring Cryosite to refer all customer enquiries to Cell Care before the sale was completed, and when it subsequently gave effect to that provision.

19 February 2019 - Knowledge

Workplace flexibility lessons for employers

#Workplace Relations & Safety

The growth of workplace flexibility has driven a surge in different types of part-time work which in turn has brought up some unique challenges for employers. Already this year there have been two important decisions that examine the nature of part-time work, in particular split-shifts and multi-hire arrangements. We provide a snapshot of these cases and outline the key lessons for employers.

19 February 2019 - Knowledge

Inside track: Immigration

#Immigration Law

An audit of the processing of citizenship applications by the Department of Home Affairs has found the system to be inefficient, subject to delays and lacking in key performance indicators. Auditor-General, Grant Hehir reported that since 1949 newcomers to Australia could apply to become citizens in one of four categories: Descent, adoption, resumption, and conferral.

19 February 2019 - Knowledge

Recklessness in the workplace under the spotlight

#Workplace Relations & Safety

The regulator has been increasingly proactive in bringing ‘reckless conduct’ charges against those alleged to have exposed another person to a risk of death or serious injury in the workplace.

19 February 2019 - Knowledge

Safety Management Systems and the Heavy Vehicle National Law

#Transport, Shipping & Logistics

Since 1 October 2018, heavy vehicle supply chain participants of all sizes have been feverishly trying to alter their business practices to stay compliant with the changes to the Heavy Vehicle National Law. One of the most notable changes is the introduction of new ‘safety duties’ which will apply to all parties involved in the Chain of Responsibility.

18 February 2019 - Knowledge

Queensland Government Bulletin

#Government

The Law Council of Australia has reiterated its strident opposition to the Federal Government’s proposed citizen-stripping laws, which could render people stateless, do not adhere to international obligations and remain under a constitutional cloud.

18 February 2019 - Knowledge

ACCC Chair’s insights: The Digital Platforms Inquiry

#Technology, Media & Communications

The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission’s (ACCC) Digital Platforms Inquiry - a broad look at the impact of digital platforms like Facebook and Google on Australia’s media and advertising markets and the supply of journalism - has the potential to have wide-reaching ramifications on the communications sector.

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18 February 19 - In the News

Holding Redlich adds to Melbourne partnership

Holding Redlich has appointed a new Melbourne-based partner, who takes to the firm’s property and projects practice.

23 January 19 - In the News

Top firms act as fintech start-up sells fast

Holding Redlich and Piper Alderman advised on the sale of a fintech start-up just seven months after its founding.