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By Wesley Rogers, Isabella Doyle
The #Me Too movement has led to little tolerance or excuse for discrimination and inappropriate conduct in the workplace.
By Hannah Marshall, Danielle Kroon
This article includes summaries of recent cases involving the ACCC, cartels and misleading and deceptive conduct.
By Hannah Marshall, Daisy Von Schoenberg
Google tried to argue innocent dissemination in the Trkulja v Google saga, but it's now back to the trial court again.
By Wesley Rogers, James True, Isabella Doyle
This is a summary of some of the key changes in the workplace, employment law and superannuation effective 1 July 2017.
By Hannah Marshall, Michael Bradley
The DPP is prosecuting this alleged cartel conduct as a criminal offence, which suggests that the ACCC is confident.
By Justin Cudmore, James True, Liam Rogers
Advice regarding the new EU privacy laws which apply to all businesses that offer goods or services to people in the EU.
By Kristy Dixon, Giselle Finnane
How the Court came to its decision that Seven & Nine only have to pay Ten $1 for its share in TX Australia.
By Hannah Marshall, Daisy Von Schoenberg
Post-publication fact-finding to support truth of a publication does not count as a qualified privilege defence. .
By John Oddy, Damian Sturzaker
Arbitration legislation allows an arbitrator to switch to mediation if that is what parties want - with written consent.
By Giselle Finnane, Kristy Dixon
Questions are being raised on corporate governance, the role of boards and their responsibility towards stakeholders.
By James True, Wesley Rogers
New Qld licensing regime requires labour hirers to have a licence or high penalties are imposed. .
By Wesley Rogers, James True
Workplace bullying is when a worker is the target of unreasonable or intimidating conduct, a risk to health and safety.
By Michael Bradley, Alex Horvath (formerly with Marque Lawyers), Hannah Marshall
The ACCC investigated, prosecution ensued, and it boiled up into one of the biggest competition cases ever.
By Liam Rogers, Kim Middleton
The updated AER Exempt Selling Guidelines give more protection to customers and introduce a dispute resolution procedure.
By Kim Middleton, Liam Rogers
Transitional period for implementing the AEMC final rule on embedded networks and customer access to NEM ends 31 March 2018.
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