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By Vidal Hockless
Employers in residential construction should ensure that work practices and insurances are appropriate and up-to-date.
By Stephen Williams, Rhonda Carson
The issue for determination was whether or not the worker's injury was sustained during the course of her employment.
By Stephen Williams, Henrik Eklund
The WA legislation would not allow compensation for permanent impairment to be payable after the death of a worker.
By Ashley Crisp
To appeal to the District Court, the threshold question for such an appeal is if the appeal involves a question of law.
By Mike Baldwin
Expiry at the date of a maximum term contract is not a dismissal, as termination is not the initiative of the employer.
By Danielle Hadida
These myths may be from relying on the internet, friends or family members for information about your family law matters.
By Tom Darbyshire, Conor Breheny
These recent "safe harbour" reforms substantially change the risks faced by the directors of insolvent companies.
By Mike Baldwin, Claudia Lewin
The outcome of this recent case could have a major impact on the way that employers conduct workplace investigations.
By Ashley Crisp, Henrik Eklund
Liability for the accident had been admitted by the Defendant so the judgment only dealt with the assessment of damages.
By Ann Spencer
Two co-executors of a will sought directions as to whether 512 cattle were included as "plant and machinery" on a farm.
By Ashley Crisp, Henrik Eklund
The defendant challenged the validity of the Director of WorkCover WA to record the plaintiff's election.
By Philip Mavor
WA local governments should ensure that their town planning scheme contains provisions that directly incorporate R-Codes.
By Ashley Crisp
The injury suffered by the respondent was not a personal injury arising out of or in the course of her employment.
By Mark Fatharly (formerly with Kott Gunning)
If the promise of family property has been broken, you may be able to enforce it through a proprietary estoppel claim.
By Danielle Hadida
The paramount consideration in parenting matters, including a change of residence, is the best interests of the child.
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