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By Clayton Payne
Employer endorsed Christmas functions can be enjoyable, but the activities of some staff may be of concern to employers.
By Margaret McNamara
A statutory will is a will ordered by a Judge for a person who does not have the testamentary capacity to make a will.
By Julian Troy
The High Court will decide the question of whether adjudicators decisions are open for review (can appeal to a court).
By Clayton Payne
The decision could have a significant impact, particularly on employers who have substantially casualised workforces.
By Ari McCamley
Until the law is more certain, the extent to which landholders can insist on privacy from drones remains open to debate.
By Kasey Solar
Special wildlife reserves are to be introduced for the protection of Queensland land of "outstanding conservation value".
By Ari McCamley
The case reminds landholders to engage carefully in the resources-friendly land access regime that exists in Queensland.
By Kasey Solar
Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA)'s Livestock Production Assurance (LPA) program is moving towards an electronic model.
By Hannah Byrne
This process requires credit providers to offer primary producers access to mediation before taking enforcement action.
By Alex Ramsey
While this proposal is a step forward, it doesn't replace the security of a well drafted and negotiated CCA or MGA.
By Nichola Di Muzio
Arbitration may find favour as it has the potential to overcome substantial delays and costs associated with a Trial.
By Nichola Di Muzio
Collaborative law is a form of alternative dispute resolution, whereby parties agree at the outset not to go to Court.
By Clayton Payne
If social media policies are put in place by an employer, it is very important that employees are made aware of them.
By Clayton Payne
Just because a worker is a high-income employee does not necessarily prevent them bringing an unfair dismissal claim.
By Nichola Di Muzio
The article discusses the evolution and application of different ADR methods, particularly mediation, in family law.
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