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By Michelle Dawson
These are important lessons and reminders compiled from recent unfair dismissal decisions of the Fair Work Commission.
By Rohan Ingleton
The effect of this decision is that a warehouse or storage facility lease is likely to fall under the Retail Leases Act.
By Catherine Ballantyne
Liquidators would not wish to be liable for an adverse cost order personally, without recourse to the company assets.
By Catherine Ballantyne
This article discusses how section 551 applies under the changes to the Corporations Act 2001 after 1 September 2017.
By Michelle Dawson
These important lessons and reminders may assist employers in managing any risk of unfair dismissal claims applications.
By Rohan Ingleton
Rent reviews under the Retail Leases Act are there to help ensure the rent being paid is consistent with market rates.
By Emily Dempster
The scope for being found accessorily liable for certain breaches of the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) is now quite broad.
By Ed Browne
Tendering is a formal, structured invitation made by an organisation, requesting submission of a bid to supply products or services.
By Nicole Davis
Civil remedies, rather than police intervention, are often the best methods to maximise your asset recovery options.
Liquidators are not exempt from the public's eye and this case has emphasised the broad nature of public examinations.
By James Graham
No-one ever completely wins in costly disputes or court proceedings, so these suggestions may help to avoid those risks.
By Catherine Ballantyne
At times, additional transactions may be added to an existing unfair preference claim after the expiry of the time limit.
By Emily Dempster
Employers should review their pay arrangements and ensure they are prepared for the increase in minimum award wages.
By Linda Di Trocchio
Businesses must provide greater transparency and the country of origin of their packaged food, or face large penalties.
By Rohan Ingleton
Tenants and landlords of listed public companies may have land tax considerations to consider when extending leases.
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