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Holding Redlich running team raises $17,000 for cancer research

Holding Redlich running team raises $17,000 for cancer research

A team of 43 from Holding Redlich’s Sydney office have raised more than $17,000 for cancer research following a charity run across Sydney’s harbour bridge.
The team took part in the 2019 Blackmores Running Festival, completing the 10 kilometre course that finished at the Opera House, in support of the Australian Cancer Research Foundation.
Sydney managing partner Stephen Trew, who also took part in the event, said he was very proud of the team’s efforts and the impressive amount that has been raised.
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22 October 2019 - Knowledge

Inside track: Construction & Infrastructure

#Construction & Infrastructure

Not only is the property downturn hitting household consumption, it's also a big drag on economic growth and likely to last for another year, the RBA's deputy governor warns.

22 October 2019 - Knowledge

Inside track: Superannuation, Funds Management & Financial Services

#Superannuation, Funds Management & Financial Services

APRA has chosen not to appeal the Federal Court decision to dismiss its court action against IOOF, which alleged the wealth giant had failed to act in the best interests of its superannuation members, but is considering reshaping its super supervision.

22 October 2019 - Knowledge

Inside track: Transport, Shipping & Logistics

#Transport, Shipping & Logistics

Heavy vehicle operators are being warned to ensure their fleets comply with road safety regulations and National Heavy Vehicle Laws, under a new crack down by the Andrews Labor Government.

22 October 2019 - Knowledge

Inside track: Property & Real Estate

#Property & Real Estate

Sydney and Melbourne fringe suburbs are achieving some of the highest office rents in Australia, according to JLL's Future Cities report.

16 October 2019 - Knowledge

Privacy in 2019: A growing demand for individuals accessing their personal data

#Data & Privacy

Results from the 2019 Privacy Governance Report released by EY and the International Association of Privacy Professionals are telling. We deep dive into the chapter devoted to data subject requests, also known as data subject access requests, and consider what is happening in the US and the EU with individuals seeking access to their data and how it is impacting businesses.

16 October 2019 - Knowledge

The nuts and bolts of enforcement under the Heavy Vehicle National Law

#Transport, Shipping & Logistics

The Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) is an intricate statute that contains a wide range of mechanisms to address the contraventions of its terms. This article walks you through the nuts and bolts of the nine enforcement mechanisms that may be used in response to HVNL offences.

15 October 2019 - Knowledge

Inside track: Work Health & Safety

#Workplace Relations & Safety

Tyre Recycling Australia Pty Ltd pleaded guilty in the Dandenong Magistrates' Court last Thursday to a single charge alleging three breaches of failing to provide a working environment that was, so far as is reasonably practicable, safe and without risks to health.

15 October 2019 - Knowledge

Inside track: Competition and Consumer Law

#Competition & Consumer Law

The Federal Court of Australia has ruled in favour of TPG Telecom in a lawsuit filed by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) over misleading conduct claims related to a “prepayment” charge. Justice David O'Callaghan ruled that the telco did not unfairly charge customers a non-refundable bond.

15 October 2019 - Knowledge

Queensland Government Bulletin

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The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) has released a new guide to health privacy to help keep patients’ personal information safe. The guide brings together a wide range of OAIC advice for all health service providers covered by the Privacy Act 1988.

15 October 2019 - Knowledge

Bank guarantees and expiry dates: Where does the risk lie?

#Construction & Infrastructure

Providing security under a construction contract is an important risk allocation mechanism that can give rise to disputes between parties. Although bank guarantees are a popular way of providing security, when misused under a contract, they can have large implications for a party’s reputation and future borrowing ability.

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22 October 19 - Media Release

A bold new look for Holding Redlich’s expanded Cairns office

Featuring a bold industrial-inspired design, Holding Redlich is delighted to have officially opened the doors of its newly expanded office in Cairns.

16 October 19 - Media Release

Holding Redlich appoints new partner to Dispute Resolution & Litigation team

National law firm Holding Redlich is pleased to announce the appointment of new partner Susan Goodman to its Sydney Dispute Resolution & Litigation practice.

30 September 19 - In the News

Holding Redlich raises $17k for cancer research

Holding Redlich’s Sydney office turned out 43 staff to participate in a charity run across the Harbour Bridge, raising over $17,000 for cancer research.