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The Government envisages that the changes will reinforce the effectiveness of Australia's workplace relations watchdog.
There has been a lot of recent conjecture about the unfair dismissal high income threshold is and how it is calculated.
The ACNC is the new national regulator overseeing the not-for-profit (NFP) sector across all states and territories.
By Andrew Nicholson
The High Court has handed down a decision about the scope of what is sometimes called the "media safe-harbour" protecting media outlets from liability for misleading or deceptive conduct under section 52 the Trade Practices Act.
By Michael Klatt
The recent Supreme Court of Queensland decision of Underwood v Underwood [2008] QSC 159, considered a family provision application by a de-facto spouse and three of the four adult children of the deceased.
By David Williams
On 17 April 2009, Senator Nick Sherry, Minister for Superannuation and Corporate Law, confirmed that the Commonwealth will conduct an audit of its laws that impact on the issue of company director liability and will do so against the principles developed by the Council of Australian Governments (COAG).
By Mark Madsen
The Corporations Act 2001 provides that, in the event of a company being wound up, the liquidator is able to claw-back payments made by the insolvent company to creditors within certain time frames and in certain circumstances.