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AirCArgo AsiA-PACifiC • JAN-FEB, 2019 • Page 17 The trade scoop: what’s new in the legal landscape this month? Rigby Cooke Lawyers can help you with: > Customs regulations > International trade conventions > Dispute resolution and arbitration > Trade financing options > Commodity and freight contracts > Inquiries by government agencies > Corporate and commercial law > Intellectual property > Workplace relations > Mergers and acquisitions > Planning, building and property > Tax and asset protection To find out more, contact Andrew Hudson: T: +61 3 9321 7851 E: AHudson@rigbycooke.com.au www.rigbycooke.com .au Can the National Heavy Vehicle law get any heavier? The new year welcomes some far reaching reforms. Risks of transporting goods by sea: loss of containers in transit and the Brown Marmorated Stink Bug There was (legislative) movement at the border of 2019 for tobacco and asbestos imports and FTA rule Trade law: similar but different: It should come as no surprise that Australia and New Zealand have a shared experience and agenda when it comes to customs and trade matters. New chain of responsibility provisions are biting: Partner Elizabeth Guerra- Stolfa warned of the consequences for failing to meet new Chain of Responsibility regulations. The case for a new Australian Customs Act www.rigbycooke.com.au/signup Receive relevant alerts that affect your business – straight to your inbox – with Rigby Cooke’s free digital newsletter.