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AUSTRALIA: nuovi orizzonti.

AUSTRALIA: nuovi orizzonti.
“Il business di ritorno”
Avv. Mark Quaglia Ritornando al mio studio legale, rifletto sulla grande conferenza della settimana scorsa riguardo il “programma di immigrazione in australia”(national migration conference – Canberra).
Come ho detto nei discorsi della settimana scorsa – la situazione positiva dell’economia australiana ed il fatto che fa parte di una zona geografica che prevede di aver la più grande crescita del mondo per […]

By |November 26th, 2014|Categories: Italian|Tags: |Comments Off on AUSTRALIA: nuovi orizzonti.

Conferenza Nazionale di Legge Immigratoria dell’Australia

Conferenza Nazionale di Legge Immigratoria dell’australia – (in Canberra,Novembre,2014)
Cari Amici
Primo Giorno – Conferenza Nazionale del’Australia per Immigrazione Il primo giorno di questa grande conferenza è stato molto interessante.
Sono contento di dire che la sezione della mattina c’è stato un dibattito sul 457 visa e il 417 Visa (WHV) – che tanti di voi giovani italiani conoscono bene.
c’erano vari con personaggi – governativi- del mondo del […]

By |November 19th, 2014|Categories: Italian|Tags: |Comments Off on Conferenza Nazionale di Legge Immigratoria dell’Australia

Family Reunion Program

Cari amici
il secondo giorno della conferenza nazionale di Legge Immigratoria dell’australia – (in Canberra) porta altri discorsi molto interessanti.
oggi si è parlato del “Family Reunion Program” ( cioè la parte del programma immigratoria dell’australia che a un focus su riunire famiglie).
Prima che vado avanti un po’ di statistiche che sono interessanti : fino circa 15 anni fa – i Family Reunion Visas – consistevano più […]

By |September 13th, 2014|Categories: Italian|Tags: |Comments Off on Family Reunion Program

The Little Tweets that cost $105,000 for defamation

The little tweets that cost $105,000 for defamation
4 September 2014
Article by Delvene Michael
Coleman Greig Lawyers

In a landmark decision, and the first of its kind in Australia, the New South Wales District Court has ordered a former student of Orange High School to pay $105,000 to a teacher for defamatory tweets.

In the case of Mickle v Farley, Ms Mickle sued the former student for defamation because […]

By |September 4th, 2014|Categories: Defamation|Tags: |Comments Off on The Little Tweets that cost $105,000 for defamation

New Horizons

25 August 2014
SOUTH AUSTRALIA – “NEW HORIZONS”

In the framework of the partnership agreement the Office of International Engagement – DPC has with universities in Europe and the associated European Internship Program, Ms. Meng Wang and Ms. Licia Cerini from Bocconi University in Milan, our 28th and 29th interns, have analysed Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (excluding micro-enterprises) in regions such as China, Europe and Australia, which […]

By |August 25th, 2014|Categories: Collaboration|Tags: |Comments Off on New Horizons

Protecting Confidential Information when Employees leave

Article of the Week: 21/8/14

“Protecting Confidential Information when Employees leave”

By Duncan and Cotterill

“I’m leaving” are the words that any employer dreads to hear from a key employee. Next comes the worry of how to make sure that business doesn’t walk out the door with the departing employee.

An organisation’s confidential information, such as trade secrets, client and supplier information, market strategies, priceother financial information are major […]

By |August 21st, 2014|Categories: Employees|Tags: |Comments Off on Protecting Confidential Information when Employees leave

Shaping the Future of SA

– Article in the Advertiser 9/8/14

Shaping the Future of SA report inspired by outgoing Governor Kevin Scarce submitted to Government

Inspired by Governor Kevin Scarce, top business, academic and community leaders have worked together to build a plan which ranges from the big picture to simple steps that would cut costs and save time.

The series of achievable targets also include taxpayer backing for bank loans to […]

By |August 9th, 2014|Categories: South Australia|Tags: |Comments Off on Shaping the Future of SA

Road Map to Prosperity

Road Map to Prosperity

– Article in the Advertiser 9/8/14

Shaping the Future of SA report inspired by outgoing Governor Kevin Scarce submitted to Government

Inspired by Governor Kevin Scarce, top business, academic and community leaders have worked together to build a plan which ranges from the big picture to simple steps that would cut costs and save time.

The series of achievable targets also include taxpayer backing for […]

By |August 9th, 2014|Categories: South Australia|Tags: |Comments Off on Road Map to Prosperity