15 April ARELJ Case Note - Applications For Extension Of Time To Lodge An Objection Under The Mining Act 1978 (WA) April 15, 2020 By AMPLA Admin ARELJ ARELJ, Case Note, Mining Act, Western Australia 0 Tim Kavenagh Kavenagh Legal A third party may have an interest in the outcome of an application for an extension of time. The failure to provide procedural fairness will usually lead to the conclusion that the decision is no decision at all, and the application can be reheard. Practitioners should be careful not to communicate with the warden without other litigants being included. Member Login Required to Access Case Note Read More Related Articles ARELJ Case Note - Health And Safety: Duties Of Persons Conducting A Business Or Undertaking ARELJ Case Note - Clark V Minister For The Environment  FCA 2027 How your organisation can benefit from government incentives now Eager to support business and protect jobs, governments at all levels have introduced measures and benefits for businesses. While there are many general benefits, like JobKeeper, that have been offered to many businesses, state governments are now offering opportunities to benefit specific industries and sectors including energy and resources. What law firms and in-house legal are doing to combat the threat of coronavirus The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is drastically changing how we live, work and even play. For law firms and in-house legal practitioners, that means balancing the concerns of your clients with safeguarding your own staff. In some ways, small firms have an advantage over their larger counterparts. Moving to remote or online work is simpler with fewer moving parts to accommodate. On the other hand, it can be challenging to meet the increased needs of your clients at this anxious time. For in-house legal services, the size of the challenge becomes one of risk management for their organisation. But even those with strong governance and business continuity plans in place are struggling to manage many of the unprecedented issues they’re facing today. Energy industry and government response to COVID-19 In response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, government and industry have come together to ensure the community, economy and industry are supported. The Council of Australian Governments Energy Council (COAG Energy Council) has formed the Energy Coordination Mechanism (ECM) which is expected to have a complete plan by the end of April. The immediate focus of these efforts has been on four areas UWA Environmental Protection Law: Online Short Course This short course is for legal practitioners and other professionals interested in the environmental protection regulatory framework in Western Australia, in its national and international contexts. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.