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Employers: get ready for new whistleblower protection laws in 2019
These reforms can protect those who "blow the whistle" or make disclosures about corporate, financial or tax misconduct.
Australia
4 Feb 2019
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What will be the effects of the Civil Liability (Institutional Child Abuse) Amendment Bill 2018?
The purpose of this Bill is to bring Queensland's response to institutional child abuse into line with the other states.
Australia
4 Feb 2019
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National Redress Scheme For Institutional Child Sexual Abuse
This scheme has been established to provide compensation to survivors of past institutional child sexual abuse.
Australia
3 Sep 2018
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Cryptocurrency exchanges In Australia
What are the regulatory challenges and risk considerations for operators, investors and traders of cryptocurrencies?
Australia
30 Apr 2018
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Insurer entitled to deny indemnity in fraudulent claims case despite the absence of a finding of fraud.
Article advises insurers and solicitors by providing lessons in successfully pursuing a fraudulent claim.
Australia
11 Apr 2018
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Royal Commission findings and recommendations relevant to schools
Volume 13 and the recommendations of the Royal Commission should be mandatory reading for all educational professionals.
Australia
3 Jan 2018
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Deter and detect: pre-employment strategies in schools aimed at reducing child abuse
Royal Commission observed that careful screening during recruitment can help detect and deter child abusers.
Australia
6 Dec 2017
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Reportable conduct: Top five tips for Victorian schools
The "reportable conduct" scheme mandates how Victorian government and non-government schools may ensure child safety.
Australia
11 Sep 2017
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Ten key principles of fraud and the requirement of specificity: Nadinic v Drinkwater [2017] NSWCA 114
Given the serious nature of fraud, the court held that allegations must be clearly pleaded and properly particularised.
Australia
10 Jul 2017
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Medical Cannabis access made easier for approved patients
An interim supply of medicinal cannabis from approved international sources will be allowed to meet a short-term demand.
Australia
6 Mar 2017
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Settlement agreement entered into on basis of fraudulent misrepresentations set aside by UK Supreme Court
The UK Supreme Court decision in Hayward is consistent with Australian settlement and fraud principles.
Australia
7 Dec 2016
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What can you do if you catch someone shoplifting?
If you are very sure, you have the right to make a citizen's arrest and to use reasonable force to detain the shoplifter.
Australia
21 Dec 2015
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Fraudulent claims case shows difficulties insurers face: Sgro v Australian Associated Motor Insurers Ltd [2015] NSWCA 262
The case emphasises the strict requirements for allegations of fraud to be clearly pleaded and properly particularised.
Australia
20 Oct 2015
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Theft in the workplace - what are the costs to employers and how should it be managed?
Employers need policies and procedures regarding investigations and disciplinary action to deal with workplace theft.
Australia
7 Jul 2014
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Right to silence and presumption of innocence vs. efficiency of police investigations – proposed changes to law in NSW
Juries to place negative weight on facts not mentioned to police in indictable offences
Australia
29 Sep 2012
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