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Holding Redlich
Recent media releases, reports, cases and legislation of interest to Queensland government lawyers.
Employers should be mindful of what "all reasonable steps" means, when it comes to preventing sexual harassment.
Holding Redlich
'Industrial matter' now includes sexual, sex- or gender-based harassment of an employee in the workplace.
Holding Redlich
After recent data breaches, government agencies should consider how they can protect their personal information.
O'Brien Criminal & Civil Solicitors
The court found that the COVID-19 fines failed to meet the legal requirements of section 20 of the Fines Act (NSW).
Ivy Law Group
All directors of a company or those intending to become a director, must apply for a Director ID by November 30, 2022.
If you do not file a notice of appearance or defence in a proceeding, a default judgment may be entered against you.
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
This white paper is a compilation of a four-part blog series published in June 2022 by our Australian team.
Herbert Smith Freehills
In Power and Water Corporation v ENI Australia B.V [2022] WASC 376 the Supreme Court of Western Australia has provided clarification on the use of ‘urgent relief' clauses, which permit parties...
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The Land Court of Queensland is a specialised tribunal which hears and determines matters relating to land and natural resources.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The police officer was charged with four criminal offences after an internal investigation into the incident.
Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia
Employees will be entitled to 10 days paid leave per year to deal with the devastating impact of domestic violence.
Piper Alderman
The decision helps to clarify when an employee's dismissal may be discrimination on the basis of social origin.
Spruson & Ferguson
A foreign filing license may be needed, even if all the research for an invention has been performed in Australia.
Herbert Smith Freehills
Next month Montreal in Canada will host the 15th Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (COP15). Despite attracting less headlines than its climate change...
O'Brien Criminal & Civil Solicitors
Discusses how penalties may be imposed when Learner & Provisional licence holders commit a traffic offence.
Carroll & O'Dea
Links to articles relating to charities eg charitable trustee's declarations, leaving a gift to charity in your Will & more.
Cooper Grace Ward
Transcript & link to video discussing employee entitlements & whether they form part of your property pool.
Hall Payne Lawyers
Explores some of the main COVID-related concessions that are still available for certain visa applicants & visa holders.
Pointon Partners
Discussion about eligible start up concessions.
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