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QCA confirms school not liable for slip on grape by the teacher
Where a risk is foreseeable but highly unlikely to occur, employers are only expected to take reasonable precautions.
Australia
19 May 2019
2
What rate of tax does my private company pay?
The rules for determining the rate of company tax have changed, depending on if the company is a 'base rate entity'.
Australia
19 May 2019
3
Is your childrens inheritance protected if you die before your spouse?
Unless special arrangements are added for the children, the survivor is free to alter their Will after their spouse dies.
Australia
19 May 2019
4
Argument with volatile colleague no reason for dismissal
Employers should still be careful before using a new incident as justification to terminate an individual's employment.
Australia
19 May 2019
5
What are the inherent requirements of the role of a teacher?
The Department argued that the teacher's physical symptoms rendered her unable to safely perform her duties as a teacher.
Australia
19 May 2019
6
Private school fees and child support – who pays?
To minimise future disputes, schools should ensure their enrolment forms allow separated parents to convey their wishes.
Australia
19 May 2019
7
Will my bucket company pay top up tax on dividends it receives?
Distributions of dividends from trading companies through family trusts into bucket companies would be less attractive.
Australia
19 May 2019
8
No agreement? No worries – landholders reimbursed for the cost of negotiating CCAs even when agreement is not reached
The laws acknowledge that negotiation is part of a business transaction so landholders should be compensated accordingly.
Australia
19 May 2019
9
Multiple visits to place of work of a student may be a valid reason for dismissal
This recent case discusses when a teacher's conduct outside school hours could be a valid reason for summary dismissal.
Australia
19 May 2019
10
When disclosing information to parents is a notifiable data breach
Schools should have plans and procedures to respond to data breaches, to help avoid any possible reputational harm.
Australia
18 May 2019
11
Landholders beware – Qld Court of Appeal confirms the fate of clearing Category X vegetation in Queensland
Clearing Category X vegetation and other 'exempt clearing work' may now trigger the need for a development permit.
Australia
17 May 2019
12
Super death benefits, estate administrators and conflicts: the war continues
There was a conflict between the roles of administrator of her late husband's estate and claimant of his death benefit.
Australia
22 Apr 2019
13
Legal professional privilege and tax audits
The ATO has recently moved its audit activity more towards sensible commercial tax planning rather than tax avoidance.
Australia
22 Apr 2019
14
Medical and allied health professionals – are you treating your payments correctly for payroll tax purposes?
Medical and allied health professionals must consider payroll tax payments when structuring and operating their practice.
Australia
22 Apr 2019
15
Overtime for casuals and Federal Budget update
Casual employees in horticulture will be paid overtime and agriculture programs receive additional funding in the Budget.
Australia
16 Apr 2019
16
New bill proposes major amendments to resources tenure regime in Queensland
Existing resource tenure holders and those applying for a future resources tenure should be aware of potential impacts.
Australia
12 Apr 2019
17
New rules for importing tobacco start on 1 July 2019
These new rules are part of the ‘Black Economy Package' for combatting illicit tobacco, but will apply more broadly.
Australia
12 Apr 2019
18
Administrators and liquidators must take information requests seriously: Cost consequences for non-compliance
This is practical guidance for external administrators in responding to information requests from creditors and others.
Australia
12 Apr 2019
19
What the 2019-2020 Federal Budget means for industrial relations
Many of the Budget measures are in response to the recommendations in the Report of the Migrant Workers' Taskforce.
Australia
12 Apr 2019
20
ATO clarifies its position for employers on superannuation and annual leave loading
Annual leave loading is classified as ordinary time earnings, unless the employer provides alternative written evidence.
Australia
11 Apr 2019
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