By Daniel Owen, The Legal Forecast The explosive growth of blockchain during the past two years has coincided with a parallel growth in the use of cryptographic tokens in fundraising beyond the traditional methods contemplated by Chapters 5C and 6D of the Australian Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) (Act). Consequently, new opportunities are now emerging for …
by Michael Bidwell, The Legal Forecast September is Brisbane Pride Month celebrating its 28th year supporting the LGBTI+ community. As an openly gay lawyer, Editor in Chief for The Legal Forecast and Events Coordinator for Pride in Law, I wanted to write this article as a reminder of how far we must go to reach …
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