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Criminal Prosecution for Corporate Crime in Australia Australia’s statutory landscape for criminal prosecution of corporate crime is a mess – and it’s not just…

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The challenges of 2020 saw ASIC and the ATO offer relief to small businesses in the hope of keeping them afloat: limiting personal liability…

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In 2019 Gillian Franklin (founder of The Heat Group, a Melbourne-based wholesale cosmetics company) was in London preparing to knock the socks of Tesco’s…

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2020 is over – and good riddance!  While we’re all ready for a fresh start, it doesn’t mean that 2021 is going to be…

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‘I see (the defendants) as vulgar, anti-establishment, antisocial and unpragmatic, but none of those things are indictable’ – Robert Schultz (Prosecutor), The Trial of…

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How do you lose $8.7 billion?  It’s got us scratching our heads. But according to the ABC, that’s how much the Australian Government lost…

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If you haven’t watched The Social Dilemma yet, put it next on your to-watch list.  Better yet, substitute the 144 minutes the average person…

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It’s time for a break from all the heavy legal stuff and COVID-19 impacts we’ve been writing about. As 2020 rolls on, we thought…

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Goodbye $12, 712, 415. That’s how much money Australians lost in June 2020 to coronavirus scams. 15, 491 cases were reported, according to Scamwatch.…

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At the peak of the nation’s COVID-19 control measures, police were granted sweeping powers over Australian citizens. Leaving your house without a reasonable excuse…

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