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Comment: In taking on a union in a criminal-cartel case, Australian regulator opens a can of worms

By James Panichi and Laurel Henning
  • 02 Sep 2020 18:18
  • 02 Sep 2020 18:18
For employers in Australia, the merits of the independent inquiry into union corruption that kicked off in 2014 were self-evident. The probe laid bare a range of questionable union tactics, prepared witness transcripts and assembled documents — all paving the way for Australian prosecutors and law-enforcement agencies to take further action. But

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