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Holding Redlich
This update links to recent media releases, reports, cases and laws relating to employment law and workplace relations.
Holding Redlich
This update links to super regulator updates (ATO, ASIC and APRA), and to new legislation relating to superannuation.
Bennett & Philp Lawyers
Certain persons who were classified as casual employees and remunerated as such, may still claim leave entitlements.
Cooper Grace Ward
Employers need to reconsider the scope of the Miscellaneous Award, now that the FWC has extended its coverage.
Holding Redlich
The newsletter links to media releases, reports, cases and legislation relating to residential property in Australia.
Holding Redlich
The Act aims to restore public confidence by regulating the activities of those who design and construct new buildings.
Holding Redlich
This newsletter links to recent media releases and cases relating to construction & infrastructure.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
The ACCC provides guidance on its approach to merger reviews in the context of competition, insolvency and COVID-19.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Assessing damages in these conditions could be difficult and imprecise, so certain subjective assessments may be needed.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
SafeWork Australia has published information on obligations of employers, landlords and tenants for safe work practices.
Travis Schultz & Partners
Gyms in NSW may find themselves liable for injuries sustained by members, if they are forced to clean up after others.
Travis Schultz & Partners
Prospective law students should be provided with better intelligence about job opportunities and recent experiences.
Travis Schultz & Partners
Financial pressure does not alleviate the duty of care for a safe workplace that an employer owes to its employees.
Travis Schultz & Partners
Remote work, virtual meetings and digital conferences become the norm as social distancing rules limit usual interaction.
Carroll & O'Dea
A recent decision examined the relationship between work injuries and subsequent aggravations that do not occur at work.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The offence of dishonestly obtaining financial advantage by deception in the Crimes Act 1900 is also known as fraud.
Cooper Grace Ward
Employers or senior officers may face industrial manslaughter charges if negligent conduct causes the death of a worker.
McCullough Robertson
This article explores some of the most significant changes in the MEROLA and their impact on the resources sector.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
NSW full licence drivers may elect to obtain a good behaviour licence rather than serve out driver licence suspensions.
Carroll & O'Dea
NSW has taken cautious steps in implementing measures to further ease COVID-19 restrictions that were currently in place.
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