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Kennedys
The responsibility to create and maintain a safe work environment is paramount. Recent Qld example discussed.
O'Brien Criminal & Civil Solicitors
The Royal Commission into Defence and Veteran Suicide will examine suicides & the underlying culture that leads to abuse.
Cathro & Partners
Author predicts that the insolvency tsunami is about to commence.
People + Culture Strategies
Joydeep makes recommendations to employers including that they should lead & reinforce benchmarks.
Spruson & Ferguson
Updates on accelerated examination options in Singapore.
O'Brien Criminal & Civil Solicitors
Pilot allows police to, at any time, stop & search anyone who has been convicted of drug supply in the last 10 years.
Kells
Pros and cons for landlords & tenants of an option to renew a lease.
Kells
Discussion about Probate and Letters of Administration. The moral of the story is, make sure you have a Will.
Piper Alderman
The recent Iluka decision provides guidance for further shareholder class action cases.
Piper Alderman
Lenders need to ensure they have a caveatable interest before lodging a caveat. What is a caveat?
Law In Order
The electronic Jury Book Solution is offered by Law in Order to conduct matters swiftly & securely.
Swaab
In addition to the 5 unpaid FDV leave days, FWCFB proposed a further entitlement of 10 paid FDV leave days.
Holding Redlich
Recent case decides that a former trustee must promptly deliver documents & provide information to the new trustee of the trust.
Clifford Gouldson Lawyers
Discussion about impending amendments imposed by the changes to the Associations Incorporation Act.
Ivy Law Group
What happens if you do not have a Will? What to consider when making a Will. Can you make a Will online?
Kennedys
Medical practitioners must ensure they have obtained the relevant consents to access health records. Recent example.
Roam Migration Law
Discusses the new online employment service platform & its effect on labour market testing.
Kennedys
Fraudulent conduct in the workplace still occurs all too often. 2 recent cases discussed.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Anyone who fails to vote and does not have a legitimate reason for that failure will face a fine.
Debevoise & Plimpton
On March 15, 2022, the Full Federal Court of Australia overturned a primary judge's decision in Sharma and Others v. Minister for the Environment to impose a duty of care on the Minister for the Environment to ...
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