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By Megan Kavanagh, Brendan Pearce, Emily McRae
A Queensland council was convicted and fined for breaching the WHS Act, after the death of an employee during road works.
By Megan Kavanagh, Brendan Pearce, Emily McRae
Employers who want to prevent former staff poaching clients and staff have important lessons to learn about restraints.
By Matthew Bode, Melanie Williamson, Harriette Watson
Certain fintechs have 12 months' immunity from holding an AFSL or an ACL, to enable testing of their product or service.
By Chris Rumore
The NSW Government imposed a surcharge on foreign persons for duty and land tax with respect to residential premises.
By Carlos Gouveia
This article considers developments that have occurred since the tax incentives for start-up investors were introduced.
By Megan Kavanagh
Employers should not assume that employees must take annual leave when forced to shut down because of natural disasters.
By Marcus Saw, Andrew Tulloch
This case clarified the issue of "ownership" of cargo as a basis to seek obligation to contribute in general average.
By Chris Rumore, Maryanne Pollifrone
A Will is a legal document that directs the executor of your estate to distribute your assets according to your wishes.
By Jon Meadmore, Melanie Williamson, Harriette Watson
This is the second article in a two part series on the regulatory framework surrounding medicinal cannabis in Australia.
By Isabella Johnston
Parties should consider including provisions in construction contracts to allow for electronic service of documents.
By Megan Kavanagh, Brendan Pearce, Emily McRae
Building industry participants need to prepare for these changes to ensure that they are meeting their obligations.
By Megan Kavanagh, Brendan Pearce, Emily McRae
Employees subject to these visas, and the employers who engage them, should consider the impact of these changes.
By Andrew Probert, Andrew Tulloch, Stuart Hetherington, Robert Tuck, Carolyn Wait, Marcus Saw, Richard Arrage, Aaron Potter
This article is part 5 of a quarterly issue covering transport and shipping cases from Australia and around the world.
By Andrew Probert, Andrew Tulloch, Stuart Hetherington, Robert Tuck, Carolyn Wait, Marcus Saw, Richard Arrage, Aaron Potter
This article is part 4 of a quarterly issue covering transport and shipping cases from Australia and around the world.
By Marcus Saw, Laura Tulloch
Medical evidence was necessary to show actual physical damage to brain to satisfy the definition of a "bodily injury".
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