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By Mike Morgan, Mike Baldwin
This Bill contains the majority of the provisions in the national model WHS legislation, with a few notable differences.
By Mike Baldwin, Stephen Williams
Article provides some guiding principles of how to deal with the Christmas frivolities and gives examples of some disasters.
By Stephen Williams
A former contestant on the Channel 7 TV show "House Rules" won a workers' compensation case, described as an ‘employee'.
By Conor Breheny
Aged care organisations would be well advised to develop policies and procedures to manage dignity of risk issues.
By Tom Darbyshire
Anti-phoenixing legislation was reintroduced into Federal Parliament, after lapsing earlier in 2019 due to the election.
By Mike Baldwin, Stephen Williams
This recent mining case again raised the often confusing issue of leave accrual in the case of absence through injury.
By Mike Baldwin, Mike Morgan
WA is committed to joining most of Australia in implementing the harmonised Model WHS Act, Regulations & other subsidiary laws.
By Stephen Williams
If this Bill becomes law, it will be interesting to see how a class actions regime affects the WA litigation landscape.
By Conor Breheny
The Magistrates Court of WA seems to have "re-activated" cases that were thought to have been dismissed for inactivity.
By Stephen Williams, Mike Baldwin
WorkSafe WA published a guide, "Mentally healthy workplaces for FIFO workers in the resources and construction sectors".
By Stephen Williams, Brad Papaluca
Employers should perhaps review their relevant discipline policies and contract of employment terms and conditions.
By Philip Mavor
In Victoria, crown land under a lease was subject to land tax, but under a mere licence, no land tax was chargeable.
By Tom Darbyshire
If you don't get the processes right, a court can set aside the CSD and order you to pay the debtor company's costs.
By Jack Carroll
The case is important to WA lawyers and their clients, as it changes how to prepare for trial in the District Court.
By Ann Spencer, Jonathan O'Connor, Domenico Romeo
This WA decision illustrates what could persuade a Court to extend the time limit for making a family provision claim.
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