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By Danielle Hadida
A de-facto relationship is defined by section 13A of the Interpretation Act 1984 (WA) as a "marriage-like" relationship.
By Stephen Williams
if you are providing recreational activities with associated risks, carefully consider a contractual disclaimer as well.
By Daniel Coster
This article examines legal obligations for Australian businesses to disclose cyber security breaches of information.
By Ashley Crisp, Ken Grunder
His claim was dismissed when he failed to prove that the unidentified driver of the small car had caused the accident.
By Vidal Hockless
This case was useful to illustrate assessment of the operative factors in an action for damages for psychiatric injury.
By Tom Darbyshire
Litigation over the Forge collapse generated a number of interesting and informative decisions in the insolvency area.
By Ashley Crisp
This was an appeal of an employer from a decision of an arbitrator at WorkCover WA, which the judge dismissed.
By Vidal Hockless
The issue was whether the employee suffered a personal injury by accident while he was on his return to work program.
By Stephen Williams
The Western Australian Government proposes to draft a bill to benefit the dependants of workers who die at work.
By Claire Hawke-Gundill
If estate planning is left too late, the consequences can be devastating, both for the person and their loved ones.
By Stephen Williams
Occupiers of premises open to the public should have regular inspections of areas of risk of slips, trips and falls.
By Mike Baldwin
There are likely to be further changes to penalty rates as the FWC continues its four-yearly review of modern awards.
By Claudia Lewin
Employers who pay their employees the minimum wage or award rates, must implement this wage increase from 1 July 2017.
By Rhonda Carson
Recreational services providers should consider all waivers of liability in their contracts to ensure proper protection.
By Katrina Welch
Directors should refresh their understanding of SG requirements and exposure under the existing director penalty regime.
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