Business & Law

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There are some key dos and do nots when it comes to taking care of a pet in your will, says a UNSW expert in inheritance law.

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The budget forecast steep NDIS costs, but also allocated funds to review and support the scheme in sustainable ways that could contribute positively to the economy

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A growing number of economists are predicting a US recession is on the cards, which could lead to a recession in Australia and globally.

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For the National Plan to End Violence Against Women and Children to benefit all Australian women, it requires indigenous-led, trauma-informed approaches to working with Aboriginal families.

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Journalists and business leaders need to be careful about misleading others when broadcasting research findings, says UNSW Business School academic. 

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It's becoming clearer that climate change can have devastating impacts on economies. What can we expect in the upcoming 2022-23 federal budget to minimise this? 

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Russian citizens leaving the country to avoid the draft has raised debate about what it means to be a refugee. A UNSW expert in international law and refugee law says we must treat these Russians fairly. 

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A universal language for VAD in Australia would provide clarity and avoid legal issues, says an ethics and biolegality expert at UNSW Law & Justice. 

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More Australians are now taking on a second job to relieve cost of living pressures. But is the extra money worth the amount of time (and tax) it takes up? UNSW Business School experts explain.  

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Changing to the European Union standard would add significant penalties for companies and protections for consumers, says a UNSW expert in the future of law. 

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