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By Scott Dougall
When benefits were slashed to injured workers the changes were made retrospective to apply to people injured before 2012.
By Ben Robertson
You must ensure that the building contract is not one sided and contains a fair allocation of risk between the parties.
By Dane Twohill
A NSW worker is now entitled to obtain detailed legal advice in respect of a merit review of a work capacity decision.
By Ben Robertson
If lot owners face inflating estimates and levies, there may be some recourse to seek compensation from the developer.
By Dane Twohill
There is no protection for injured workers with a partial work capacity but the employer can't provide suitable duties.
By Nicole Dunn, Veronica Lee
Up to date policies and procedures, in place and enforced, will aid employers in any defence to adverse action claims,.
By Ben Robertson
Adjudicators who do not include reasoned analysis may face their determination declared void for jurisdictional error.
By Michael Barnes, Peter Punch, Selwyn Black
The Amending Act will have a significant impact on trade unions and employer associations registered under Federal law.
By Ben Robertson
Your home is an important investment, so be aware of critical time periods and other issues for building defect claims.
By Ben Robertson
Parties to NSW off the plan contracts should be aware of these limitations placed upon the operation of sunset clauses.
By Patricia Monemvasitis
The decision deals with the concepts of "use" and "consent" of a trade mark in relation to importation and resale.
By David Tarrant
These are useful tips to remember if you are injured in a car accident and can exchange details with the other driver.
By Josephine Heesh, Michael Crowe
In this edition our team report on estate planning discussions you might have with your family as you plan for the year ahead.
By Ben Robertson
Owners corporations must tread carefully when discharging their statutory duty to repair and maintain common property.
By Ben Robertson
An owners corporation should first obtain a resolution passed at a general meeting to approve engaging legal services.
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