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By Charles Sweeney
Three directors were personally liable for allowing Vocation to breach its statutory obligations as an ASX listed entity.
By Charles Sweeney
New legislation has repealed the intellectual property exemption from section 51(3), effective from 13 September 2019.
By Andrew Corkhill
An independent safety and health regulatory body funded by a levy on Queensland resources companies will be introduced.
By Andrew Corkhill
Overview of the policy, key legislation and regulatory instruments that govern foreign ownership of Australian businesses.
By Genevieve Dee
Article sets out factors that are considered by the courts in determining whether or not a de facto relationship exists.
By Scott Bartlem
In this case, the AAT did not accept a director of an SMSF trustee blaming their accountant for SMSF compliance breaches.
By Scott Bartlem
The SMSF director was disqualified, although funds were not depleted and there was no dishonesty or intention to defraud.
By Belinda Winter
WorkSafe has announced that it would accept Woolworths' bid to enter an Enforceable Undertaking in lieu of prosecution.
By Tony Park
Proposals to extend WCRA coverage to the 'gig' economy and to taxi/limousine industries are being considered further.
By Brady Cockburn
An employer was found liable for the deliberate actions of a manager, who verbally and physically bullied the plaintiff.
By Belinda Winter
Large Australian entities or large 'entities that carry on business in Australia' must submit a modern slavery report.
By Tony Park
The case highlights the importance of documenting OHS complaints and thoroughly investigating accidents as they occur.
By Belinda Winter
The Northern Territory government proposed the introduction of two new offences, to be called 'industrial manslaughter'.
By David Grace
The laws give buyers greater protections when purchasing older vehicles and allow easier enforcement of consumer rights.
By Tony Park
NSW Court of Appeal increases a contributory negligence finding because of the grossly excessive speed of the plaintiff.
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