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This issue of Christian Media & Arts Law Notes covers the challenge of media laws in an ever changing media landscape, negligence claims and risk management for NGOs, and how the new ATO app can help you when fundraising.

August Law Notes 2016Broadcasting in the Online Era

WIN Corporation Pty Ltd has unsuccessfully sought to stop Nine Network Australia Pty Limited from providing its online streaming service, 9Now, within WIN’s broadcast licence areas. This case highlights the challenges facing the industry (and Australia’s media laws) in regards to the quickly evolving media landscape.

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August Law Notes 2016Workplace Risk Management

Risk management is an essential consideration for today’s employer. A recent decision of the Supreme Court of Queensland provides a helpful reminder to not-for-profits of some of the core elements of a claim of negligence.

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August Law Notes 2016New ATO App makes donating easier

The Australian Taxation Office app can help not-for-profits make the most of their fundraising efforts. Supporters can keep track of

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their deductible donations using the myDeductions tool within the app. Details of donations are stored on the supporter’s phone and can be emailed to a tax agent or uploaded to MyTax when it’s time to lodge tax returns.

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