International legal developments have increasing relevance for mining operations and mining law. While regulation of the soil and its resources remains quintessentially domestic law, broader responsibilities for business and its value chains involves law beyond WA’s Mining Act 1978. The Commonwealth’s recent Modern Slavery Act 2018 is one example, but international standards and associated mechanisms have far wider application and implications for WA resources lawyers.
|Title of host publication||Mining and Resources Roundup|
|Number of pages||18|
|Publication status||Published - 24 Mar 2020|
|Event||Mining and Resources Roundup - Mercure Perth, Perth, Australia|
Duration: 24 Mar 2020 → 24 Mar 2020
|Seminar||Mining and Resources Roundup|
|Period||24/03/20 → 24/03/20|