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Strategic partnership advisory services

Complex problems that cross various sectors require strategic planning and implementation. Partnering is a fresh approach to the resolution of complex problems, with proven results locally and internationally. We have the skills and experience to help you explore and maximise your next partnership opportunity. 

Partnering is a journey. Starting the journey may be as daunting as the journey itself. As a result, we can assist you to explore partnering opportunities for your community and business. Indeed, an in-depth understanding of the resources available, the risks and benefits of partnering, the drivers of each sector will be essential to identifying the right partner, and, maintaining effective relationships throughout the entire partnering journey.

The journey of partnering should not be rushed. The first steps in partnering are the most crucial. We can help you develop an appropriate partnership that will add value to your community and business.

Once you’re on your way, you may need assistance to review the partnering process to ensure it is delivering the outcomes that were intended. We can help you and your partners to check that the partnering is worth it. This may include, for example, community consultations and stakeholder performance reviews. 

Partnering is not a short-term fix. It requires commitment and expert assistance.

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2022 Year in Review: Native Title Law and Policy

Native title and other related laws continue to be complex and dynamic. This article summarises key native title claim statistics and then identifies trends from in 2022, including in relation
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Template PBC Rulebook

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Native title compensation – Evidencing and assessing cultural loss

Introduction 1.     The High Court case of Northern Territory v Mr A Griffiths (decd) and Lorraine Jones obh of Ngaliwurru and Nungali Peoples (2019) 269 CLR 1 (Timber Creek) remains
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What is a native title ‘Future Act’?

This factsheet explains future acts. https://vimeo.com/658879217 A future act is a proposal to do something on land or waters that affects native title rights and interests. Examples of future acts
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Announcement of Stage Two of the Indigenous Voice to “Parliament” Co-design process

On 30 October 2020, The Hon Ken Wyatt AM MP (Mr Wyatt) announced the beginning of the Indigenous Voice co-design process. The Indigenous voice co-design Process Interim Report (the Report)
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MPS Law grows to help with new engagements

MPS Law is pleased to have been recently engaged on two new important projects Adnyamanthanha Traditional Landowners Association (ATLA) has recently engaged MPS Law as its legal representatives. ATLA is
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Summary of SA Mining Regulation updates relating to native title

The Department for Energy and Mining (DEM) is undergoing a major review of South Australia’s Mining Act 1971 (SA) (the Mining Act). The review commenced in 2016, in parallel with
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Case note on Federal Court decision about native title documents

The access and control of documents produced in the course of native title negotiations and proceedings bring with them important considerations of copyright, confidentiality and legal professional privilege. More information
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