The law concerning good faith in the performance of contracts in Australia has undergone a significant development. It's critical to be mindful of the legal requirements of good faith when conducting government tenders and managing contracts.
The law concerning good faith in the performance of contracts in Australia has undergone significant development. There is an increasing need to be mindful of the legal requirements of good faith when conducting government tenders and managing contracts.
Overview of recent developments in FOI and privacy
Update on current developments in FOI and privacy
Richard Foster, Executive Manager, Partnerships Victoria examines how the government manages Partnerships Victoria contracts, by outlining the contract management framework , and then looking at some of the key contract management strategies used.
Effective management of government contracts is vital if the outcome that government sets out to achieve through a contract with a private party is in fact successfully delivered.
A classic David v Goliath - McDonalds spent 10 million pounds suing two broke unrepresented defendants.
Australia is the only western country without a specific charter of human rights. We review relevant legislation in other significant countries and provide guidance as the form such legislation may take in Australia.
When Parliament creates a statutory power it vests that power in some individual or body who is then able to exercise it.
This paper focuses on issues relating to identity fraud and, in particular, legislative developments introduced by federal and state governments to deal with identity-related fraud arising from the growth of electronic service delivery.
Intellectual property (IP) rights are increasingly important to all levels of government. It must be effectively identified, protected & managed in accordance with public sector management & best practice guidelines, to minimise risk associated with IP.