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By Michael Bishop, Amelita Hensman, Ben Drysdale
Employers are warned to review their working arrangements with long term casuals following this recent FCAFC decision.
By Laszlo Konya, Jonathan Slade
The ACCC is on the prowl for companies that use standard form B2B contracts with terms that may be considered unfair.
By Michael Bishop, Felicity Cara-Carson
An emerging trend in recent years has been the sale and acquisition of part-interests or minority interests in pharmacies.
By Nicholas McCarthy, Carl Millington, Ben Drysdale
The court approved the agreement by liquidators compromising the debts owed to companies to which they were appointed.
By Michael Bishop, Amelita Hensman, Stefano Mazzeo
The changes to long service leave seek to provide further rights to employees and further responsibilities on employers.
By Anthony Pointon, Amelita Hensman, Daniel Rathner
It is possible for a transfer of your farm to a relative or a family trust to be duty free under certain circumstances.
By Ted Vlahos, Jonathan Slade
This case shows that landlords have a high hurdle to overcome to be able to refuse consent to an assignment of a lease.
By Robert Gordon, Anthony Pointon
Discussion of the consequences of the new tax ruling that reverses the central management and control test.
By Anthony Pointon, Robert Gordon
Subsequent to the court decision, the Government released the Board of Taxation's self-initiated review into the topic.
By Michael Bishop, Amelita Hensman, Andrew Pointon
Employees covered by a modern award are entitled for 5 days of unpaid leave to deal with family and domestic violence.
By Nicholas McCarthy, Carl Millington
If there are competing applications for substitution, the Court has discretion to decide which application is successful.
By Nicholas McCarthy, Carl Millington
Telstra sought an urgent interlocutory injunction for Optus to cease using that advertising or similar advertisements.
By Robert Gordon, Anthony Pointon
If the bill to enact OECD BEPS Measure 15 is passed, Australia will be one of the first signatories to implement it.
By Felicity Cara-Carson, Stefano Mazzeo
A colour can function as a trade mark if the public has come to identify the colour with a business' goods or services.
By Anthony Pointon, Robert Gordon, Jonathan Slade
This article offers further detail to consider tax announcements mentioned in the 2018 Federal Budget papers.
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