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By Andrew Tulloch
The case considered whether demands for security for the vessel's release from arrest were excessive and unreasonable.
By Robert Tuck
Insurers should try to obtain information they consider necessary to enable them to evaluate whether to insure a risk.
By Anisa Memari, Megan Kavanagh, Caitlin Divani
This new arrangement allows for a broader group of NZ citizens to be eligible to become permanent Australian residents.
By Paul O'Halloran
The "reportable conduct" scheme mandates how Victorian government and non-government schools may ensure child safety.
By Todd Neal, Katherine Edwards
Land developers in NSW should consider the impact of this latest amendment on development feasibility.
By Paul O'Halloran
This model clause will allow casual employees to convert to permanent employment under certain pre-conditions.
By Paul O'Halloran
Employers who have expiring enterprise agreements should pay careful attention to the nominal expiry date in agreements.
By Chris Rumore
This retail lease case provides an in-depth assessment of what an option is and what is required to exercise an option.
By Paul O'Halloran
On 1 July 2017, a range of monetary changes to workplace laws commenced, that will impact all employers in Australia.
By Megan Kavanagh, Caitlin Divani, Anisa Memari
Employees and their employers should review the impact of the changes on their current working and hiring arrangements.
By Mark Morgan, Rhett Oliver, Hailey Edwards
Online settlements are managed by PEXA (Property Exchange Australia), which has operated a settlement process since 2015.
By Megan Kavanagh, Emily McRae
The FWC found that employee dismissal was not an appropriate disciplinary response for a single instance of misconduct.
By Megan Kavanagh, Emily McRae
After finding significant underpayments and sham contracts, other popular franchisees have been investigated by the FWO.
By Megan Kavanagh, Emily McRae
The FWC permitted the regional director of a successful real estate business to apply for an unfair dismissal remedy.
By Megan Kavanagh, Emily McRae
A recent decision by the Fair Work Commission held that directors can seek protection under federal anti-bullying laws.
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