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Despite overseas support for Uber drivers, the FWC has found that Uber drivers are subcontractors, not employees.
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All businesses should reconsider their insurance policies to ensure that they have the right level of cover in place.
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An employer can enter into an enterprise agreement with existing employees to cover a new enterprise being established.
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Buyers, developers and financiers of residential premises or land within a subdivision in Australia may need to pay GST.
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With the increasing internationalisation of business, clients should be aware of all of the ADR mechanisms available.
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These exposure draft Regulations make further changes to the CSF framework, expected to extend to proprietary companies.
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A focus on the growth potential of international tourism delivers opportunities for Australian hotel and leisure operators.
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This article highlights some of the legislation, policies and programs that can be re-activated by the new government.
By Sarah Hausler
The updated LPOD test may assist users to decide if consent is needed for stormwater discharge arising from developments.
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ASIC proposes to retain ASIC class waivers introduced to allow fintech businesses to freely test particular services.
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Energy & Resources M&A Transaction Guide: doctrine of good faith for common law in Australia remains a live issue.
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The EV, battery storage development and renewable energy technology represent huge opportunities for Australian mining.
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It is difficult for a labour hire employer to avoid responsibility for negligent acts inflicted by its employees in Qld.
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Legal developments in Qld affect labour hire and elevate the importance of revisiting contracts and insurance programs.
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Practical tips for commencing statutory prosecutions by way of complaint and summons in the Magistrates Court of Queensland.
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