On the Capitalisation of Knowledge

Workplace Review is nothing if not broad in its coverage of work. In its current issue, Vol 10 No 3, David Nikolas Brodsky ...
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ALRC’s Financial Services Law Mapping Project

For the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry, simplification (ie enhanced efficiency, navigability)...
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Building a Superstructure of Justice?

“Our critics on both sides of politics claim the use of the phrase ‘class war’ is anachronistic, but in the face of growing inequality and the push for corporate dominance, the reality is a class war is being waged on ordinary people. One that it is our responsibility to respond to.”
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Who Pays When Set-off Trumps Security of Payment?

Much more is at stake in enabling the effective operation of security of payment laws in the building and construction industry than just preventing contractors becoming insolvent....
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Curing a Multitude of Sins

With millions of Australians participating in them, and with the associations themselves numbering in the hundreds of thousands, unincorporated associations truly are social entities. They variously include sports clubs, charities, cultural and arts and environmental organisations, and churches.[1]
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Strata “Crisis” – 10-year Liability, Insurance Proposal

Increasingly, the system of private certification of buildings is being slated, by those with expertise and knowledge in the area, as one of the main factors accounting for the crisis in the residential building industry in NSW.
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Modern Slavery, Climate Change, and One Big Elephant

Over 40 million people are living and working as slaves in the world today.[1] It is a staggering figure. It is outrageous!
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“Lovedays” to “affirming the turkey”: Commercial Arbitration Down the Centuries

For over a thousand years – at least – mediation and arbitration have been practised in the English-speaking world. In fact, arbitration as a dispute settling mechanism ...
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