Australia: Top 20 news articles for 2014
Last Updated: 5 February 2015

From the introduction of new anti-bullying provisions to NSW's controversial election funding laws, certain topics proved particularly popular to readers of Holding Redlich's Weekly Brief in 2014.

We take a look back at our top 20 most viewed articles from 2014. Please click on the article heading to read the full piece.

  Can an employer request more evidence of sickness than a simple medical certificate?

 Workplace Relations & Safety

  Bullying snakes and ladders: are your managers prepared for the new bullying laws?

 Workplace Relations & Safety

  PPS and leasing – the simplified version

 Property & Real Estate

 High Court says bargains are to be kept: Clark v Macourt [2013] HCA 56

 Dispute Resolution & Litigation

 Regional Planning Interests Bill passed - a new layer of approval for resource projects in Queensland

 Planning & Environment

 Unreasonable director related transactions: more power to liquidators

 Insolvency

 Land and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2014: opening QLD for agribusiness?

 Agribusiness & Rural Industries

 Liquidated damages clauses and proof of a "penalty clause"

 Dispute Resolution & Litigation

 Another reason why only approved sponsors can employ 457 visa holders

 Workplace Relations & Safety

 The GST-free treatment of going concerns is going and a concern

 Property & Real Estate

 BCIPA: huge amendments to come in September 2014

 Construction & Infrastructure

 Full Federal Court decision on broadcast of a tobacco advertisement – intention is the key

 Media, Entertainment & Advertising

 Telstra privacy breach: publication of customer personal information on the internet

 Privacy & Data Protection

 When is a done deal not done?

 Agribusiness & Rural Industries

 Case Note – Are you being served?

 Construction & Infrastructure

 High Court rules in a unanimous decision that NSW election funding laws are invalid

 Dispute Resolution & Litigation

 ACCC to pursue companies that breach consumer laws

 Media, Entertainment & Advertising

 Superannuation funds need to prepare for Fair Work Commission Review

 Superannuation & Funds Management

  Property & projects: What to expect in 2014

 Property & Real Estate

 Unreasonably broad final warning renders long-serving employee's dismissal unfair

 Workplace Relations & Safety

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