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The Office Footy Tipping Competition: Is it Legal?

Filed under: Liquor, Gaming & lotteries

Have you ever stopped and thought about the legal parameters involved with conducting a football tipping competition? Did you know that there are guidelines...

D-day for alcohol industry

Filed under: Liquor, Gaming & lotteries

The alcohol industry has until 31 March 2004 to implement recommended changes to its system of alcohol advertising self-regulation, or potentially face...

Workplace policies: are they binding?

Filed under: Employment Law - Worker Perspective, Employment Law - Employer Perspective, OHS, IT, Telecommunications, Liquor, Gaming & lotteries

David Cross reviews two recent cases of the Australian Industrial Relations Commission that illustrate the difficulties employers face in arguing that...

Ms Cole and the alcohol

Filed under: Competition & Trade Regulation, Liquor, Gaming & lotteries

Queensland’s Chevron Hotel case stretches the duty of care owed by publicans to their drunken patrons so far that publicans must ensure that patrons...

Is your interest in licensed premises registered?

Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Leisure, Liquor, Gaming & lotteries

A number of Deacons’ clients have recently received letters from the Liquor Licensing Division (LLDconcerning registration of their financial interest...

Interactive Gambling Act receives assent

Filed under: IT, Telecommunications, Liquor, Gaming & lotteries

An outline on the introduction of the Interactive Gambling Act  2001 (Cth).

Interactive Gambling Bill 2001

Filed under: IT, Telecommunications, Liquor, Gaming & lotteries

Senate Report on Interactive Gambling Bill released.


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