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By Alison Choy Flannigan
This bulletin includes articles relevant to the health, aged care and retirement sectors of the Australian economy.
By Tal Williams
Australian businesses should understand that the GDPR will have extra territorial application - apply outside the EU.
By jessica georges
Federal Court confirms that a set-off under section 553C of the Corporations Act can be utilised in an unfair preference claim.
By Alison Choy Flannigan, Sarah Spear
Victoria is the first State in Australia to pass voluntary assisted dying legislation, which is due to commence in 2019.
By Ethan Brawn
The FWC approach suggests it will interpret the unfair dismissal jurisdiction broadly in relation to casual employees.
By Alison Choy Flannigan
The case is a reminder to aged care providers that they must adhere to legal requirements in charging fees to residents.
By Alison Choy Flannigan
The Australian government announced wide ranging reforms to make private health insurance simpler and more affordable.
By Robin Young
The employer should try to consult with the employee regarding their whereabouts before taking any action against them.
By Alison Choy Flannigan, Rui Chi
You should have developed a data breach response plan and provided relevant training to the Board, management and staff.
By Alison Choy Flannigan
A charitable fundraising and donations policy and charity pack, which complies with legal requirements, is recommended.
By John Van De Poll, Olivia Puglisi
The NSW Court of Appeal determined the risk was not self-evident to a lay person as one which required disclosure.
By Alison Choy Flannigan
Article discusses health law issues such as mandatory data breach notifications, private health insurance reform etc.
By Corinne Attard
Having a final review by someone completely new to the document would have probably prevented this problem arising.
By Corinne Attard
The franchise was terminated immediately – as the courier franchisee operated as a threat to public health and safety.
By Daniel Jepson
Some online promotions are pushing the legal envelope, so this article looks at a few examples that have drawn attention.
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