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By Tony Park, Brady Cockburn, Damian Hinkley
This FWC decision suggests that Uber drivers, at least in Victoria, could be independent contractors, not employees.
By Justine Woods
If recently separated, the most important but the trickiest of your goals must be: Do not fight in front of the children.
By Rocco Russo
Builders should now ensure that they challenge any adverse QBCC decisions before the QBCC makes an insurance payout.
By Scott Bartlem
Non-concessional contributions caps have never been more complicated, and have a major impact on superannuation strategies.
By Scott Bartlem
The CGT cap may provide an opportunity for the member to put a significant additional amount into superannuation.
By Charles Sweeney, George Dingle
Organisations should review their practices for securing personal information and prepare data breach response plans.
By Craig Turvey
Legal professional privilege protects communications between a client and their lawyer, unless that privilege is waived.
By Graham Roberts
This article discusses cases regarding a repossessed commercial vehicle and increasing a credit card limit for gambling.
By Tony Park, Brady Cockburn, Damian Hinkley
It could be that the answer in Australia will be the same as the UK – i.e. that Uber's 'driver partners' are employees.
By Graham Roberts, Rocco Russo, Miranda Klibbe, Renee Fitzpatrick
When a liquidator demands payment for an alleged unfair preference, the creditor does not always need to pay up.
By Charles Sweeney, David Grace
Directors will need to carefully demonstrate compliance with the new obligations to gain benefit of the safe harbour.
By Graham Roberts
Discusses cases regarding listing a default with credit reporting agencies and hardship applications – superannuation. .
By Justine Woods
Advising clients about property settlement is complicated due to seemingly contradicting High Court decisions.
By Graham Roberts, Neil Hawthorne, Miranda Klibbe, Lara Dawson
Vendors to land sale contracts in Queensland should be aware of conditions that could result in an instalment contract.
By Justine Woods
In Australia, marrying or living together does not automatically entitle one partner to a share of the other's assets.
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