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The amendments contained in the MDAPs are the result of an 18-month national reform process which aimed to modernise Australia’s defamation laws for the digital age. The MDAPs were approved by the former Council of Attorneys-General (CAG) on 27 July
Continue Reading A National ‘Reset’ Begins: Defamation law reforms come into effect in NSW, Victoria, and South Australia

This rule governs the extent of investments into professional football and has been criticized in the past because it restricts competition in an unreasonable way. In recent years, the discussion became harsher and the DFL (a subsidiary of the German
Continue Reading Advantage in the (summer-) tiebreaker: Comment on the Federal Cartel Office’s preliminary assessment of DFL’s 50+1 ownership rule

Australia’s welcoming climate, strong economy, stable political environment and quality sporting infrastructure are all features that make it an attractive destination to host major sporting events. This article explores another key factor which makes Australia such an accommodating host for
Continue Reading A ‘GREEN AND GOLD DECADE’: THE IMPORTANCE OF AUSTRALIA’S MAJOR SPORTING EVENTS LEGISLATIVE FRAMEWORK