Alphabet in the Soup: Google facing three multi-billion Euro abuse of dominance fines

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Check out my most recent video presentation in which I provide an overview of the European Commission’s three decisions in relation to Google’s alleged anticompetitive conduct – (1) the Comparison Shopping case, (2) the Android case and the (3) Adsense case.

Pretty proud of both my pun “Alphabet in the Soup”

Liquor Laws Overhaul To Revitalise Victoria’s Nightlife

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Victoria’s hospitality sector has been given a welcome boost, under new liquor reforms announced by the state government.

The new rules will mean bars, hotels, restaurants and cafes will now be able to serve alcohol until 1am without having to apply for a change to their licence (subject to any

Why gender diversity on the bench is important

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ABC Radio

In the second of a two-part series, the Law Report speaks with members of the International Association of Women Judges in several countries. They explain the obstacles women judges face and what gender diversity brings to legal decision making. 

Victoria’s Real Estate Industry Put Under Review

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Victoria’s real estate industry has been placed under greater scrutiny, after the state government announced a review of underquoting laws, off-the-plan sales and agent conduct.

The review comes amid heightened affordability concerns due to rapid rises in property prices. So the public is being encouraged to have their say on

3 Questions to Ask a Lawyer When Starting a Business

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After almost two years, Australia is reopening its international borders again to fully vaccinated travellers. The move will likely give a significant boost to our economy, thanks to the return of tourists, business travellers and migrants.

So if you’ve been considering starting a business, this could be your year to

Tribunal finds GST payable on subdivision of land

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In Ian Mark Collins & Mieneke Mianno Collins ATF The Collins Retirement Fund and Commissioner of Taxation (Taxation) [2022] AATA 628 (4 April 2022) the Tribunal determined that the applicant taxpayer was liable to pay GST on the subdivision of land into 11 lots and the sale of those lots.

Melbourne land prices soar to new record-high

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Metropolitan Melbourne’s land market ended 2021 on a strong footing, according to Oliver Hume Quarterly Market Insights.

The report found median lot prices in the city climbed by 6% over the December quarter and 11.3% over the year to hit a new record high of $355,000.

That strong performance was

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What to do when your customer goes bust!

While it would be great if lodging a registration on the PPSR actually stopped your customer from going insolvent, that’s probably a little too much to expect from a $6 registration.  However, your registration will give you an important leg up in